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You must perform an idle relearn procedure Honda any time you replace the ECM/PCM, reset the ECM/PCM, update the ECM/PCM, replace or clean the throttle body, or disassemble the engine or the transmission. This procedure applies to all 2009 Honda Accord 4-cyl and 6-cyl vehicles and many other Honda products.How do I reset the idle speed on a Honda Accord?
Reconnect the IACV, and reset the ECU by unplugging the back-up fuse. Restart the engine, and the idle speed should be in the 620 to 720 rpm range. Replacing the entire throttle body is probably the best option if this is the case, but that's an expensive fix.Why does my Honda Civic have a rough idle?
This article applies to the Honda Civic (1992-2000). A Honda with a rough idle isn't terribly uncommon, especially in older Civics. Generally, a rough idle is caused from a difference in how much air the engine computer sees coming in, and how much is actually there.What kind of car is a 2004 Honda Civic?
The 2004 Honda Civic offers the kind of variety you don’t often find in the segment. This includes not only a competitive range of equipment, but three body styles and five engine choices. A compact vehicle, the 2004 Honda Civic is available as a coupe, sedan or hatchback.