How to Adjust the Honda Civic Idle Mixture Sensor?

Answer A miscalibrated idle can cause stalling, a rough idle, and added stress to engine components. To adjust your Honda Civic's mixture sensor, you must turn the adjustment screw on the idle speed senso... Read More »

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How to Adjust the Cold Idle in a Honda Civic?

Sometimes the internal combustion engine in a Honda Civic can begin to function improperly. This will cause the car to sputter at idle, resulting in a rough ride or, in some cases, frequent stallin... Read More »

How to Adjust the Idle on a 1986 Honda Civic?

Honda's third-generation Civic from 1983 to 1987 used four engine variations on the E-series four-cylinder in the United States, and three more engines in Japan. Most Civics came with the EV1, a th... Read More »

How to Adjust Idle Mixture Screws?

The idle-mixture screws in a vehicle's carburetor determines how much air is mixed with the fuel being drawn through the carburetor while the engine is idling. If the idle-mixture screws are improp... Read More »

How to Adjust a Carburetor Idle Mixture?

Adjusting your motorcycle's engine idle speed requires adjustment of the carburetor's idle mixture screw. This screw allows air into the carb's pilot system where it mixes with fuel. The position o... Read More »