Question about Chevrolet G20
If you remove the inside cover from between the seats the rotor is right in front of you. There is one screw near the base of the rotor that you can loosen. With the truck at idling you can slowly rotate the rotor left and right until you reach the desired idle. Tighten the screw back down and this should take care of the problem.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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