adjust the chock if it has carb.
Adjust the throttle stop screw located on the side of the carb that has your throttle linkage connected to it.
the 5th character in your VIN is the key to your answer. "M" = 200ci-V6 chevy, "A" = 231ci V6 Buick, "J" = 267ci V8 Chevy, "G" = 305ci Chevy with 2 bbl carb, "H" = 305ci Chevy with 4 bbl Carb, "L" = 350ci Chevy with 4 bbl carb
you can't... there is none...95's have fuel injection...
sorry misread the ? its either at the carb. or on the bottom drivers side of the trany after you c it ull now how to adjust
there is a screw on the carb right where the throttle cable hooks to it that you use to adjust the idle.
Adjust the choke on your carb.
There is not a carb on a fuel injected vehicle. It has a throttle body. the amount of air to fuel ratio is controlled by the computer.
Adjust carb on 400 Polaris 4x4 2stroke
My 1999 Chev. Metro has fuel injection. I doubt that any of them were carbureted.
You have wires going to the carb on a 72 Chevy c10?
there is no carb on that truck
You have to swap out the carbs.. Those are completely different setups.
there is a screw on the carb. be sure to adjust while the engine is running so you can tell by the idle when it is set properly.
"84 is still the carb. There is a small screw right at the throttle cable on the carb. Adjust that.
carb problems, adjust the idle screw and see if that helps
there is a set screw on the linkage on the carb that will adjust it.
it's the screw right above the mounting bolt on the left rear of the carb. you'll have to adjust the idle screw as well as you lean it out. then check your timing again
You may need to adjust your idle speed or timing.
I own one, you can adjust it. There are two adjustment screws, one for each jet, but they are hidden behind a seal, you have to drill through a plastic like cap that cover the adjustment screws, email me for more specific details.
adjustment screw is between throttlre linkage and carb body on the right side of the carb as you stand at the front of the car looking at the carb
youre original carb was a motorcraft 2100 with an automatic choke
Bend the tab that contacts with the "needle". But DON'T put pressure on the needle when you do so. Carburetor rebuild instructions that come with the carb rebuild kit will tell you how to adjust everything and give optimum float level settings.
Adjust or rebuild carb.