[DML] Re: re-Never Ending FV Problems
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[DML] Re: re-Never Ending FV Problems



This procedure will get you close if you have NO vacuum leaks and the
Lambda is functioning correctly. It also assumes the ignition system
is in good shape. A lot of assumptions.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, john@xxxx wrote:
> 
> Dani,
> 
>  Un plug the O2 sensor from the rear fire wall and re adjust the
fuel mixture screw in the air flow meter till you get a smooth idle.
(Make sure
> the 3  screws on the throttle body are all screwed in and the idle
speed motor valve is open or running as we say.) I would then turn the
adjustment screw counter clock till the  engine starts to shutter
which will tell you your all the way down or real close,  then turn it
clock about 1/8th turn and it should smooth out. Then re  attach the
02 sensor and give it a few minuets to adjust it's self. Let me  know. 






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