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Where is the idle screw for carb. on 1984 ford f-150,2bbl,5.0 liter?

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It is on the plate that moves and attaches to throttle cable. This plate rests against the idle screw. Turn clockwise to increase and counter to decrease.

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Screw them fully in, then on the primary side screw it out 2.5 turns.
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