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How do you adjust the fuel air ratio in the carb on a 1985 s10 chevy blazer?

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Hello;
The carbureator is sealed so you cannot get into to make adjustments. That said, there are soft lead plugs near the base and you can pry them out. Now you are able to access the adjusting screws. You need an air/fuel meter to accurately set them to spec. Hope this helps.
Thanks;
Rich
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Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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