If you have a Honda ( or any other car) that has a very low idle or is stalling out when you let off the gas, it probably has a gummed up idle air control valve. It is really easy to fix this problem by removing the idle air control valve and straying carburetor cleaner into the valve. I did this on my 1993 Honda Accord and it runs better than it ever has ( since I have had it). It now idles perfect and no longer dies or stalls out on me. Beware than it take a little time for the car to relearn the idle settings after doing this. It might be really hard to start also. Make sure to turn off all the accessories and let it idle for 5-10 minutes to reach operating temperature so that it ca relearn how to idle right.
How To Fix Low Idle Or Stalling On Honda Accord By Cleaning Idle Air Control Valve