faulty air flow meter
You might need to change the fuel filter.
Idle on a 1985 Honda Civic is adjusted through a idle air control valve. This valve is located near the intake. Adjust the valve by either loosen or tightening it.
If you have a Civic with the ECO switch turn it off before passing. If not, take it to the dealership you have a problem.
The idle speed on a 1996 Honda Civic is adjusted using an IACV. The IACV, or idle air control valve, lowers and raises the idle by either being tighten or loosen.
To adjust the idle on a 2005 Honda Civic locate the idle control valve. The IACV and is found near the intake manifold. Open the top of the valve and tighten it to lower the idle or loosen it to raise it.
Idle Air Control Valve.
The Honda Civic loses idle at stop due to not have consistent air flow. The engine will run too lean and cause the car to shut off.
IF ITS JUST AT IDLE, CHECK YOUR IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE IF IT HAS ONE.
The idle speed on a 2001 Honda Civic is adjusted through the idle air control valve. The valve is located behind the intake manifold. Open the cover using a screwdriver and tighten the valve to lower the idle.
Your 1994 Honda Civic will overheat when the thermostat is malfunctioning. The overheated engine can experience the idle to surge. The engine should be turned off immediately.
Because of the loss of backpressure if can affect the idle.
1998 Honda civic lx
Idle Air Temperature sensor.
My mechanic (who I trust) replaced my O2 sensor and exhaust manifold and the problem went away.
If the idle is erratic on a 1993 Honda Civic the IACV will need to be clean or replaced. The IACV controls the idle on the car and when it fails the car will not be able to maintain an idle.
idle air control valve
There can be many causes for a Honda Civic to stall. Some of them include a bad fuel pump, a bad alternator, a bad distributor, a clogged air filter or idle air valve. Buy a Honda Civic Service manual for more information. http://www.HondaCivicRepairs.com do it myself Honda civic repair
NO.,Well yes it is computer controlled.
If it has an idler control valve, and most do, I'd go with that.
a 98 Honda civic should not have a carburetor. it is a fuel injected vehical. in this case there might be a screw that you can adjust the idle with. have someone watch the engine as you pump the gas. the engine can be off when you do this. they will show you the arm, of lever that moved. when it sits all the way down (gas pedal off all the way) it will stop on a screw. turning it right = idle up, turn left (counterclockwise) = idle down. but mostlikely everything is all electric and a shop will have to adjust it with a computer.
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code 14: Idle air control valve or bad ECM
That slight ticking sound is probably the injectors firing which is normal.
A 1993 Honda Civic might keep flooding because of a damaged idle air control valve or because of oil leaking past the rings of the pistons. This type of problem is rare because the vehicle is fuel injected.