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Can't find the location of the idle screws on the carb of my 1984 Ford F150 302. Any help?

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It has a metal cap on it and has to be drilled out and ajusted by a licenced mechanic if your talking about the fuel mixture for the idel it's on the cabe near the body of the carburator.

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