Question about 1994 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Well normally, a car's engine idle varies depending on the operating temperature of the engine. When the engine is cold, the idle is higher to facilitate engine warm-up; when warm, the idle drops. A car that has an idle that gets stuck at one speed (normally on high idle) and fails to change is usually a sign of a carburetor problem, generally a problem with the carburetor idle solenoid. A malfunctioning carburetor can negatively impact a car's engine idle. By interfering with engine air/ fuel mixture, engine idle speed, and fuel flow, a carburetor problem can cause a car's engine idle to become choppy and irregular and, in many instances, cause a car to shut off. So first we suggest to check the carb. then we go on fuel pump.......... Please post comments for more help or information.........
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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