The A/C effect is just putting a load on the engine, and is not related. What is going on is your idle air control valve is clogged. I recommend that you have a shop clean the throttle body and the idle air control valve. If that does not take care of it, you will need to have the idle air control valve replaced. The part number is XXXXX
2005-2006 models: Idle speed should be:
Thanks. Why is this problem coming back in such a short period of time?
What is the root cause of the problem?
I came from the shop yesterday and the technician told me that the part suggested was incorrect. These Hondas do not come with an Idle Air Control Valve as suggested by you but with a complete single unit Throttle Body. The part you suggested applies to Hondas of 2005 but not the 2006.
The mechanic took a look under the hood and realized that the real problem was that the Air Flow Hose going from the filter box into the throttle body was cracked. Fortunately I am able to return the purchased part and get a refund but will lose money in the shipping. Your advise was fine as long as the Honda was 2005. :(
No worries. I understand.