2 more questions
Well, I think I got the truck running right now. I locked the choke plate fully open and it runs great, starts right up and runs out good. I still need to adjust the idle, and I looked at my emissions lable and it says to adjust the idle/throttle stop screw. First of all, which screw is that? I am thinking it is the one on the passenger side of the carb, under the choke assembly, am I right? And second, what it the chain/bead thing connected with the throttle cable on the drivers side of the carb? Does it need to be adjusted? I didnt change it at all when I rebuilt the carb.
'85 Bronco 5.8L 4-V XLT: 266K still strong. Winter Truck now.
'86 Pontiac Fiero GT: 4.9L Caddy NorthStar Engine, 11.6 QM @ 107.1 MPH, Poly Susp, KONI's all around, 2 1/2" drop.