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



This is a stretch, but do you know the condition of the catylitic converter? A friend of mine 
recently found out his cat was empty. Apparently, one of the previous owners decided to 
knock the guts out of it. Fortunately, he lives in an area that doesn't require testing.

Dennis




--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "vin4258" <vin4258@xxxx> wrote:
>
> Unfortunately, Utah does not exempt from emissions testing vehicles 
> built after 1967 (why would they when they can get their $25 per 
> vehicle emissions test fee).  Any thoughts on the original problem?  
> The car seems to run just fine at all RPMs and starts right up every 
> time.  Also, the area where the screw seems to be missing has a 
> raised ring area, where an adjustment screw would seem to fit, but 
> instead of a screw is a deep hole...
 

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