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Honda 1989 how come the car turn off when making a turn after driven for a while

(1990 Honda Accord)
in Portsmouth, VA on July 13, 2014
car turn off on turns/ someone said change oil/what do you guys think is wrong, i'm learning how to work on this car myself, so help; an thank you all!!!
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of Carmasters Automotive on July 21, 2014
You may have a problem with the idle speed control. When the engine load increase the idle speed should be maintained at idle (often when turning many models have a pressure switch in the steering system and when pump is working harder it will let the engine know to maintain speed) If this is too much for you to diagnose while you are still learning, you can call 757-456-0722 and ask for Roy or James and request a FREE loaner car while you have us diagnose yours.
on August 17, 2014
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