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I know you said you checked for vacuum leaks, but how did you do it and did you check the areas on the attachment
tell me how you did the idle relearn
thats not a valid code
try it this way please. its almost the same but it wont hurt to try
you can you that
this is what the service manual says. to try doing the same things until it passes
if you disconnect both battery terminals and touch them together for 30 seconds. let them hang for 20 minutes. then reconnect
absolutely I believe its a bad pcm
usually a vacuum leak or a throttle body gasket thats damaged.
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Hello my name is ***** ***** I'm a Honda master tech, unfortunately I think the last guy gave you some bad info. While it is possible that a pcm is cause in my experience its highly unlikely. Most of the time I find that the cause of this concern is a stuck pcv valve. Pinch off the hose and see if the rpm drops some. I'm including a pic of the location so you can find it easier. And please try not to rate my response based on the previous "expert"
If the hose was collapsed it is a sing of oil contamination. Normally the pcv valve fail open and causes a vacuum leak. if it is stuck shut you should notice that if you pinch the hose off you don't feel or hear a click from the check ball. Either way I have a feeling its letting oil through because of the hose. I just looked up the part and it only costs about $8 on ROCKAUTO.COM so it is worth replacing regardless. Also if you problem occurred after replacing that hose it is a vacuum hose and could also be part of the problem. Keep me in the loop and I will help as much as i can. Mike
even the factory scanner gives you that screen it wont left you watch data over 30mph. as far as the 83-1 its just the abs saying its off due to a malfunction in the pgm-fi, in your case the p0507. So once you fix the p0507 and clear all codes you should not see the 83-1 any more.