ON THE BOLD ABOVE
Originally Posted by lasse
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The CFI bridge also has an idle screw...
Can I turn this screw and adjust the idle RPM after I have adjusted the TPS ?
I would like to have the idle to ~1750 RPM
The T.P.S. procedure using voltage specs determines idle speed.
Once you've set the T.P.S. to spec, DON'T TOUCH the adjusting screw.
:Another possible cause of your high idle is a vacuum leak somewhere, although if you've had this high idle for a while now, one would think you would have burned a hole in a piston by now???
Any way , check for torn/ripped throttle body boos, crank seal, etc.
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