Question about 2006 Plymouth Scamp
Do I adjust the screws in or out to stop backfire on my carter 4 barrel carb?
I would check the float level first if you are going to adjust the carb., carters like to flood and if you check your spark plugs you can tell if your running rich. The other adjustment you will make with a simple vacuum gauge.You should probally check distributor points,and timing as well. More info would help, like is it back firing up the carb or out the exhaust or when accelerrating or decelerating.
Posted on May 22, 2009
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