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Smells like it is burning to much fuel

Is there a fuel adjustment screw on the carb?

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    A 94' should be fuel injected.

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There should be 2 screws one for air flow one for fuel flow. the air flow should be on the passenger side and the fuel on the drivers side

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