Question about 1987 Ford Mustang
It should be on side of the throttle body where the cables connect. If it's not on the side, it's on the bottom side. It takes a flat head screw driver. You really shouldn't have to mess with the idle screw though. The throttle position sensor should set your idle for you. Also check the inside of the throttle body where the blades are and make sure that you don't have alot of dirt build up in it. Use throttle body cleaner and clean it really well. You'll most likely see alot of black dirt come out of it when you clean it. The dirt could be clogging the small gap that lets air in for idle.
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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