Question about 1988 Mitsubishi Pickup
If it's carburetor & has automatic choke, then there is probably a screw at side of carb, by step cam that moves with choke . Back it of a little at a time until you get desired cold idle speed. Make sure you turn step cam to setting it would normally be when cold, and choke on, then turn screw out to lower rpm's. Look for a little rod from choke shaft, down to base or side of carb area, to step cam.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
Look for what sets the throttle opening higher when cold--probable solenoid operation. Adjustment should be obvious when solenoid looked at. Watch what happens when someone else starts the van while it is cold.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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