User Alert System provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. Just fire it up and drive, it will sort it out while you are idling at lights and shit. Holding the idle at 3k is defeting the purpose. Sorry my prob is so complicated but please just give me an idea thanks, Cuz it's so expensive if I will take to a shop that's why I'm just learning how to fix my car from different sites in the Internet. Well first off this site is for 3 generation Accords so the Civic knowledge may be limited. . While The negative cable is dissconnected, pump the brake pedal a few times to clear out any voltage in the system.
Anyway, welcome to the site again! Basically you're just supposed to let the thing idle once its warmed up. Now there is hissing sound from my vent everytime I turn on my car is that related to the throttle or air intake too? This thread was just meant to add to the collective knowledge of this forum. Re-connect the negative cable after this is complete. I revved it to 3000 rpm for maybe several minutes, but I don't think the fan came on. However, I will check the '09 Fit Helm Service Manual to see what it says on this matter just out of curiosity. It has taken me awhile to adjust to the Fit forums after Rennlist and Pelican Parts.
Let off throttle when you hear radiator fan come on or eng coolant temp reaches 194 degrees 5. The only reason the Helms says to rev to 3000rpm is to warm the thing up faster. Make sure car's in Park or Neutral 2. Unlike the cheaper Haynes and Chilton manuals that cover multiple year models, leaving the exact information you need to fix your car, these professional manuals cover your exact year, make, model. Before its not like that I guess wen I try to revive it in neutral not sure but I think it will go to the red zone.
The confusion came about when someone discovered that the idle learn procedure was included on a pre-delivery check list to be done only if the idle was not in the proper range. Let idle for 5 min. I had a 1998 once, but I don't ever recall having to adjust the idle. Let it idle until both fans come on at least twice. If I didn't believe what I posted to be true than I would never post it as such. If not, the adjustments may be tailored by adjusting the minimum air rate screw.
Thanks, fellas, I appreciate it. When I tried to disconnect the bypass hose on top then I start my car after like 5 mins shut it off reconnect the hose start again then my idle is now like good when I scanned it everything is fyn according to my scanner. I don't regret that at all. In can look it up in a couple of days. It says it's from Honda.
Under most circumstances, it will relearn after just driving the car for a while, but if your car continues to experience an abnormal idle, or you just don't want to wait for it to relearn on its own, you can try this procedure. I don't think holding a car at 3000 rpm sounds like a factory advised technique. It ran badly and at a reduced idle speed until I disconnected the battery and reconnected it again. If the hising noise is only when engine is started, either you have a vacuum leakage at the air hose or you have an after market air filter. As far as an idle relearn I never heard of any of the procedures you listed above.
But interesting about the 25 miles. However, I will check the '09 Fit Helm Service Manual to see what it says on this matter just out of curiosity. . The only reason the Helms says to rev to 3000rpm is to warm the thing up faster. You let the car idle with all the accessories off completely. If you have a different manual please share or at least post up proof of what you're talking about.
Does anyone know how long you have to rev it at 3000 rpm I have a Honda Civic 1997 to get the radiator fan to come on? It can range from 2 to 5 k rpm. All a mechanic would do is look at the tach and see if the idle was ok and if it wasn't then do this procedure so the customer wouldn't have to drive a brand new car with a varying idle for the first few drives that's it nothing special nothing magic. Basically you're just supposed to let the thing idle once its warmed up. If you need to dig into your doors, dash or console, Alldatadiy. The belief of the ignorant children that you can get more air out of a box with a filter on the end than you can get out of a tube with a filter on the end was just too ridiculous to let stand. Continue revving until the radiator fan comes on, or until the engine coolant temperature reaches 194 °F. Really It all depends what generation engine management you're dealing with.