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Old 08-09-2010, 01:52 PM
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idle problem after high altitude trip

Hi, please I need some advice. I have a 94 JDM H22A Honda Prelude. Until saturday my car was fine, Idle was at 800 RPM but yesterday I went to a trip to a city located at high altitude, when I got there the idle was crazy it goes from 1500 RPM to 3000 RPM, I thought It will be fixed after going back to my home town but nothing, it is the same, I have tried to reset the ECU and reset the idle but nothing works the idle keeps like crazy.

I have stage 2 brian crower cams, p28 ECU tuned with crome.

Please somebody help me.

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Re: idle problem after high altitude trip

I HAVE THE same problem in my 96. looking for answers.... my one thought might be that the coolant might be pretty low? I'm not sure.. i still have to check mine
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Re: idle problem after high altitude trip

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I HAVE THE same problem in my 96. looking for answers.... my one thought might be that the coolant might be pretty low? I'm not sure.. i still have to check mine
The problem with my car was an air leak on some gasket.
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Re: idle problem after high altitude trip

High altitude will cause any small air leaks to become a problem.
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Re: idle problem after high altitude trip

You guys needs to use the search function.
the FINAL idle problem thread!!!!!
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