John, I know this is late, but fuel lines very seldom stop up. They are not rubber. The injector has a filter in it that I can normally clean out with the heated ultrasonic cleaner and the output port on the fuel distributor has a filter basket in it also that can be cleaned or taken out. A vacuum leak can cause the high idle or the idle speed sensor. John Hervey www.specialtauto.com -----Original Message----- From: John Podlewski [mailto:john_podlewski@xxxx] Sent: Friday, September 19, 2003 5:40 PM To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [DML] HIGH IDLE > Got my Delorean running today, mechanic says it was a > bad acumulator and a clogged fuel line to the injector. > However, it idles high says there now is another clogged > rubber fuel hose(the one that goes to an injector to the > fuel distributor). Don't know if he knows what he is > doing, but he did get it running? But he says that is > what is causing it to idle so high around 2000 rpm's > is he right or just wasting time and ofcoase $$$$?