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After starting the motor hunts for fuel causing the revs to fluctuate

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My motor mower speed fluctuates - the engine revs fluctuate from just above idle to full revs

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if you had the carby off and cleaned it out , was the fuel flow from tank to fuel pump ( if it has one ) good , and was the output from pump to carb good on cranking?

if so and the breather in cap is venting , it could be that the governor needs adjusting, possibly have got a spring in the incorrect position and there is no binding , pay to check , carby main jet closly for any obstruction. check the fuel level and float hieght .

most times hunt / surge is caused by obstruction to fuel flow , or governor

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I have a 1991 ford explorer 4.0L Eddie Bauer edition. The idle revs to 2000 rpm's and then will drop to no less then 1200 rpm's. If I give it the gas it dies whether I'm in gear or not but when I...

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1. Fuel pressure regulator, if it is ruptured fuel will be vacuumed straight into the the intake causing idle surge also in causes temperature fluctuation and poor performance. It will also cause lean running condition.
2. The Mass Airflow Sensor also has a huge impact on mixture, defective symptom was a knocking and clattering under load especially uphill. Cleaning will only give temporary fix.
3. Spark Plugs- Do not use Platinum plugs they run hotter than standard plugs!
4. Any intermittent starting problems are likely fuel pump related, when you turn the key in the ignition you should hear the pump running!!
5. Preventive maintenance is the key change your fuel filter at recommended intervals.

I have a 94 Explorer, it run very poorly after changing these items it runs great, restored power, idles great and great mileage again and finally no more temperature fluctuation.

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At idle the engine revs up and down

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