[DML] Re: Missing idle mixture screw?
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[DML] Re: Missing idle mixture screw?

You might want to look into getting historic or antique registration 
for your car. I don't know what state you live in but as of January 
1st, 2006 an '81 car is considered in every state to be an antique.  
With that status, unless your car is a daily driver, you probably 
won't need an emissions test.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "vin4258" <vin4258@xxxx> wrote:
> Vin 4258 failed emissions a few weeks ago and after doing a tune 
> (plugs, wires, cap, rotor, air filter, oil) it failed again today 
> only minimil improvement.  Emissions tester says he thinks the O2 
> sensor is ok because emission levels pass at high RPM (the 
> sensor 'kicks in' at a higher RPM but does not affect idle 
> Next option is to adust the idle mixture screw, but when I go 
> for it, it seems to be missing.  All I see is a hole with no 
> end but I do see threads.  What is this and can I simply put in a 
> replacement screw or does this need major work?  I have never 
> with it and the car only has 7k miles on it and this is the first 
> emissions testing I have been required to get since I bought it...
> thanks,

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