Re: [DML] Re: Lambda system
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Re: [DML] Re: Lambda system

What I called "air adjustment screws" = what you called "bypass screws." 
They're tight, but not too tight, since they're only brass and I didn't 
want to damage anything.

Someone had also adjusted the throttle striker screw (the one below the 
microswitch screw) to where the throttle plates were not quite closing 
like they should. I fixed that this morning.

The car now idles at 950rpm. That's fine with me, since the steering 
wheel begins to shake below that speed. And it doesn't die when I turn 
the A/C on so I think I'm done with my adjustments. :) I will check the 
O-rings over the holidays.

Speaking of which: happy holidays, gang! And thanks again to all who 
helped. :)

Farrar Hudkins

Soma576@xxxxxxx wrote:
> 1000 RPM is too high at idle when warmed up.? Something isn't working 
> right.? Seriously, all you have to do is read the Fuel and Emissions 
> chapter cover-to-cover in the workshop manual and you should find the 
> problem.? And, keep the bypass screws closed!? It is probably a loose 
> o-ring or something simple.
> Andy

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