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Quick Motorcraft 2150 qusetion

When working with a Motorcraft 2150 how does the idel screw work. Is it, idel higer = screw in. Or idel lower = screw in?
And is the adjustment suposed to be loose? By that I mean if you want the idel to go up do you have to really crank the screw down, or should it only take a small adjustment?
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Re: Quick Motorcraft 2150 qusetion

Neither. Turning the screw(s) in = leaner & out = richer. The "Idle Stop" screw (down by the accel. cable from pedal) is where you adjust the idle speed.
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Re: Quick Motorcraft 2150 qusetion

Thanks for the links Leve.
Dave, I was talking about the idel screw near the thortle linkage. I want to rase my idel (RPMs) a tad, and was wondering if that screw needs to go in or out.
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