If it has a carburetor, then there should be a screw somewhere on the carburetor. If it's fuel injected, then I don't think you can adjust the idle without hacking into the computer.
To set the idle, adjust the carburetor.
With the engine running, turn the idle screw until you get the speed you want.
The carburetor on a Weed Eater Featherlite SST25 is adjusted by turning the screws on the side of the carburetor. They control the idle mixture and idle speed of the engine.
Find the carburetor and then adjust the idle screw however you like. You'll need a Philips screwdriver.
My engine is idling too high. How do I adjust the idle speed?
Honda Accord 1998-2002 model GEN 6 idle speed is control by internal computer. You need to bring it to the dealer to adjust this.
there is a little screw on the back of the carb. if you loosen it, it will idle slower, tighten it, it will idle faster.
If you look on the foot brake side, just where the cable meets the carb, there is a screw a little further in, that will adjust the idle. Use a long screw driver.
There's a small screw on top of the carburetor turn that and it should work I'm not positive I just saw that's what the mechanic did
Start at 1 1/2 turns from seat and adjust for best idle at that point
Start at 1 1/2 turns from seat and then adjust for best idle
1973 vw beetle
Actually, it should be don e with a vacuum gauge, to maximum vaccuum. Without one, adjust the idle mixture to max., idle.
Adjust the carburetor although being that old the carburetor may be in need of a rebuild with a rebuild kit. Rebuild kits come with directions.
Go to the mechanic down the blocc
If it is a fuel injected engine then you can not adjust the idle, it is computer controled. There is no idle adjustment. If it is a carburetor then there is a small screew over by the throttle cable, down towards the bottom of the carburetor.
Startat 1 1/4 turns from seat and adjust for best idle
You need to adjust your carburetor.
To bring the idle down on a Yamaha badger is really easy. All you have to do is adjust the fuel settings on the carburetor.
First, you will want to be sure that it isn't flooding. Be sure that the automatic choke is working properly. Set the timing to factory specifications. Then you can only adjust the idle fuel air mixture. If it continues to run rich then the carburetor is most likely the fault.
Start at 1 1/2 turns from seat and adjust until you get the best idle
At the base of the carburetor are 2 screws. One adjusts the idle speed and the other adjusts the idle mixture. Screw the idle mixture in until the engine starts missing then screw it out 1 turn. Then, adjust the idle speed screw to about 850 RPM.
The idle speed on a 1987 Chevy Celebrity is controlled by the engine computer, there is no way provided to adjust it.
The biggest screw on the side of the carburator, with a spring through it is the Idle adjustment.