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They go into the screw holes

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You have me concerned because you didn't even say carburetor...

So I am going to assume it...
and what make of vehicle (year?)... let alone the make or style of your "fuel" screws...

but to answer your question it really is unimportant.

Air-screw is always associated with the throttle shaft... the adjusting of the primary screw rotates the position of the plates on the throttle shaft exactly the same as the gas pedal does.

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Gently turning it out to see if the RPMs increase... slowly screw them in (closed) until the motor speed drops ... back it out about a half turn... and again set the AIR screw for the correct RPMs.

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