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Dieselizing I have a 65 Mustang 200 ci engine when I drive it and shut it off the engine dieselizes. What do I have to adjust to stop the condition?

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IF IT IS IDLED TOO HIGH THIS WILL CAUSE IT
you have some carbon buildup on pistons which is normal
the carbon gets hot and ignites the fuel and is why the engine "runs on" if it is idled too high it makes worse try running some top engine cleaner or sea foam thru engine and adjust idel

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