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  • #895184
    Reid Nelson
    Reid Nelson
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    1992 Honda Accord DX
    2.2L I4 (F22A1)
    4 Speed Automatic
    121,000 Miles

    Hey everyone,

    I seem to be having a recurring issue with my car not starting up right away when cold, and when it does sometimes it will idle down and stall although it always starts right back up again. If it does stall it only does it once and then goes up to its cold high idle and runs normal.

    I’m not sure what might be causing this… any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance!

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  • #895185
    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    Might check that your throttle body is clean also check your fuel pressure.

    #895186
    Reid Nelson
    Reid Nelson
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    I let the fuel pump prime a couple times and that doesn’t have an effect. The throttle body was also just cleaned

    #895191
    college man
    college man
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    it sounds like its in the IAC (Idle air control valve) or you may have the FITV ( fast idle thermo valve) Take a look at the links
    I provided.

    https://www.ericthecarguy.com/faq/solving-automotive-idle-problems

    https://www.ericthecarguy.com/faq/solving-automotive-no-start-problems

    #895194
    Reid Nelson
    Reid Nelson
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    I have cleaned the throttle body recently but I may have missed the IAC.

    Is it possible that just taking it out and giving it a good cleaning would do the trick?

    #895196
    Reid Nelson
    Reid Nelson
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    I inspected and tested the idle air control valve and found that not to be the issue.

    Is there any other suggestions I would really appreciate any additional input? I am wondering if it could be anything regarding the fuel delivery system I am really not sure.

    #895197
    college man
    college man
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    I would think if it was fuel, You would have more performance issues. For now put fuel on the back burner.

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