Question about 1990 Jeep Wrangler
On side of the carb is the idle adjustment screw. As far as the choke that shouldn't need adjustment if it's hooked up properly. Start by taking off the air cleaner to provide
good access, now with the engine cold, move the throttle at the
carburetor lever all the way to full open, or full throttle. You should
see a flapper valve close over the top of the carburetor, this is the
choke plate, does it close? Hope this information helps you. If you still have questions let me know. Also to confirm what engine is in the vehicle? I am assuming the 6 cyl.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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