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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Because it's carbeurated they have an electric 'idle up' solinoid (or vacuume) to compensate for rev loss when load is put on the engine caused by the alternator working harder because your using power. It should have a small adjustment screw on the carbeurator to lower the revs. If you have it set too low it will shudder when in drive & foot on brake with headlights on. It should only pick up about 200rpm when lights are on. To find the screw, take the air filter off, run the engine & look for something moving when the lights are turned on & off. Somewhere near the moving bit you will find the adjustment screw. I hope. I'm not sure exactly where it is on that model.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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There is a small phillips head screw if you trace the throttle cable out from the firewall to the driver side of the engine where it meets the throttle body. turning the screw clockwise with lower the engine idle speed while counterclockwise will raise it.
You will see the throttle body come to rest on the screw, the more its spins tight to rest the higher the idle is going to be and vice versa
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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