Question about 1986 Subaru Gl 2 Door
My friend told me to turn both screws on the carburator to the left a few turns,that dropped the idiling down to 1500rpms then i turned the screws a little more to the left but that didnt work still idiling at 1500 rpms,so then we tried to close the screws all the way and start working them out till it idles right,i should of left it at 1500rpms because now anything we do it just wants to red line it hits 5500 in 2 seconds then i shut it off,we keep trying but its idiling so high like its gonna blow so i just parked it,any thoughts on this
Hate to tell you this but sounds like the problem is a vacuum leak. This will make the engine rev. Check all the vacuum lines before making any adjustment. Have to dig out some of my old books to find factory settings for that carb. Good luck and I will try to find in case you need them to restore carb settings.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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