Question about Mazda RX-7
Check that on your carburetor, when you press on the throttle, it still shoots a little bit of gas out into the barrel. If it does not, you may need to replace the throttle pump. what is happening is this: As the throttle is opened higher, the vacuum drops severely, and the fuel doesn't get put in. The throttle pump pushes a little squirt to retain the vacuum. If it is an EFI unit, you have other issues, that I would recommend a mechanic for.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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