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Old 11-14-2015, 02:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Auto to manual with idle issues

Hey all, long time looker. Been able to get most of my problems solved from here but I am looking for an answer I can't really seem to find and would like some experience looking at this.

So I have a 2000 civic lx in auto and did the manual swap. I have a p06 obd1 ecu with the obd2b to obd1 ecu. Did the 3 to 2 wire Iacv fix. Put on a y8 intake manifold, with y7 injectors. My idle was bouncing from 1k to 1500 quickly. After finding some not so good splices I was able to correct the Iacv but now the car idles from 1k to 3k. I covered the tb and car didn't die so I have a vacuum leak. Replaced head gasket, proper torque pattern and all. But I am thinking it's coming from my number 2 injector o-ring. Do you guys think that would be causing my jumping idle? It sounds like it's only coming from the #2 but it could be others. Any ideas?
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