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How To Solve Honda Idle Problems - EricTheCarGuy
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How to fix honda idle issue (FITV)
This is 1 of the common issues with a Honda. Its called the FITV (Fast idle thermal valve) Its a simple little thing like this that can cause a lot of idle issues, Such as, Idle bouncing around, Idle surge, It can also cause a high idle. Its a simple little fix and could save you alot of money in the long haul. I clean my out every so often just to be sure it's still functioning properly. If you have any REAL questions that i might be able to fix please let me know and ill see if i can answer them. DON'T WASTE MY TIME WITH DUMB NEGATIVE RESPONSES THANKS :) SUBSCRIBE!!!!!!!!

Honda-Acura Surging Idle Speed (case study)
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Honda idle problem
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