Question about Chevrolet Cars & Trucks
Since replacing my header gaskets, my truck has been idling higher than it should be. when i tried to adjust the idle screws, i got it to what i wanted, and then realized the choke wasn't controlling the flap at all. now i'm replacing the carburetor, but the line that says filter than connects to the front of the carb won't come off. it's metal, and whenever i try to unscrew it, the pipe just starts warping. any help would be appreciated.
There is are special wrenchs used to remove the line, it is called of all things a line wrench, go figure. Any parts store should have the tools or you can buy it a Sears.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
WHEN YOU MOVE SCREW YOU CHANGE TPS VOLTAGE READINGS YOU WILL NEED TO MONITOR TPS VOLTAGE AND ADJUST BACK TO SPECS DONT KNOW EXACT BUT SHOULD BE AROUND .50 AT IDLE
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks. I found out it was .03v off but i guess i didn't do to bad setting by ear."
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