It is controled by the computer.
You can adjust the idle on your Polaris 90 by turning the adjustment screw on the side of the fuel pump. Turn the adjustment screw to the left to increase the idle speed.
80/90 weight is the usual recommendation. If it's a posi, don't forget the posi additive.
On a 90-93 Honda Accord you can adjust the idle with a screwdriver. On the throttle body there is a screw on the top left above the intake duct. Just adjust until idle is in correct range (usually around 700)
The idle adjustment screw is on the back of the motor on the driverside. stand on the driverside up by the brake master cylinder look under the vacuum hose that runs on the back of the intake. the idle air screw is there under the hose. good luck!
check for broken or slipped timing belt...also fuel filter and fuel pump Also check the orange wire connected to the positive battery terminal. If it doesn't have a good connection the engine will turn over but will not start. Had the same problem with my '90 lemans.
On my '90 lemans, you have to remove two large headed black flathead screws on the panel below the steering column. That whole panel is hindged at the bottom and will flip down exposing the fuse box. Hope that helps.
i have a 90 lumina 3.1 i was told you cant adjust the idle, but i fyoure hvaing idle problems like i was try replacing the idle air control motor. Try cleaning it and the throttle plate. Go to bgfindashop.com and find a local repair shop that uses BG Products. The air induction cleaning will normally take care of those problems.
Check idle adjustment (rpm) then check timing, then check for misfire-start there.
You should here the pump run for a few seconds if you just turn on the key then iT will stop. Then the pump will fire up again when you start it. ON A 1992 THE RELAY WILL ACTIVATE THE PUMP FOR 1.5 TO 2 SECOND IN THE RUN POSITION WITH THE CAR NOT RUNNING.
I just adjusted mine on a '90 750, and it is located on the right side near the rear carburetor. You can find a download for the service manual if you have an Acrobat PDF reader, then search for "idle adjust." There should be a diagram available there. If it is like mine that I found, it is diagram 120. Hope that helps.
You don't, there is no adjustment.
Sounds like they require you to torque to 18 foot pounds then tighten an additional 60 degrees. 90 degrees = 1/4 turn, so a little less than 1/4 turn of additional tightening.
'90 Honda Accord will start but shut off. What could this problem be?
its on the iacv (intake air control valve). it sits on the back of the intake manifold. look for a really big flat head screw The idle adjust screw on a 90 240sx is on the throttle body. unplug your throttle position sensor before making adjustments. (corrected myself)
How do you adjust a transmission passing gear cable on a 95 chevy tahoe /
can be many things. but on 90 bad iSC or dirty TPS switch not closing , telling ecu to control idle. or timing belt slipped. Egr valve sticking open http://www.kick-fix.com/
you can adjust you headlights by backing out a small screw or screwing it in, directly next to the headlight assembly..under the hood. pretty sure
At operating temp. and at idle, it should be no less than 11 psi
beside coil pack behind firewall
under the dash right hand side.
Generally, on ther throttle body. It is located 90 degrees from the accelerator cable.
you take the q square and the s value and multiply by 169 to get the bolt loose. then eat a large hamburger. your welcome.
the fuel pump on 90% of any car is in the tank its self
on the positive battery terminal there should be an orange wire attached, double check and make sure there isn't a short in that wire, i had the same trouble and it turned out to be that wire had a short in it, once i fixed it every thing was normal again
There is a copper coler screw on the back side of the carb that you can turn with your fingers or a short strait blade screwdriver i t is tucked back there good but if you look from the oposite side you can see it start the bike and if it was like mine its prolly idling high so turn it counterclockwise.