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Carberator Need to know location of adjustments screws on carb

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  • buckshot 73 Jun 17, 2008

    87 Plymouth Colt Import E model. Wont pass Ca Smog, was told running 2 rich. Last year passed, nothing done 2 motor other than basic tune up. No smell of fumes, gas or exhaust. Don't understand. Please help.

  • buckshot 73 Jun 17, 2008

    donny12, Buckshot73 here. Answer 2 questions above. Forgot 2 mention ,,,, has 1.5 ,4cyl. Please help

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