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1. Check your water sensor and plenum temperature sensor.
2. The throttle body has a wax element air valve used for cold idle. As the water temperature increases, the wax element closes the idle fast port. Being the highest part of the coolant system you may have an air lock, which can be solved by bleeding the hoses on the throttle body.
You may find the throttle position sensor (TPS) needs adjusting or the throttle plate is gummed up and not closing completely. The other two possibilities are the coolant temp sensor and air temperature sensor.
you cant fix the belt, but can replace it. there are 2 belts on my charade 88. one is for engine and the other is for air-condition. Start your car and check which one belongs to engine and which one to air-condition. if you find the correct one, take a road. put it on the belt and move the belt. you can remove it easily. in the same manner you can place the new belt. But take care of your hands.
If its the 3 cylinder I would say your points need changing/adjusting. Make sure you have grease on the lobes where the rubbing block makes contact or the rubbing block will wear rapidly and cause the gap to close. The gap between the flat and the rubbing block should be about the thickness of an hacksaw blade. The points thesleves should not have any spikey protrusions (caused by arcing).
The small metal box with vacuum hoses attached is the hot idle compensator. It's not electrical and the soot is probably just some oil that has powdered form coming in contact with petrol fumes.