Idle slows down to a stall when you stop or slow down when AC is running. How do I adjust idle or is something else wrong?
You can adjust the idle speed on your 1992 Honda 250, motorcycle with the fuel pump adjustment screw. Turning the adjustment screw will adjust the flow of fuel.
Computer controlled not adjustable
IT IS ADJUSTABLE BUT NOT RECOMENED IF YOU HAVE A HIGH IDLE THEN YOU PROBLY HAVE A VACCUME LEAK AND IF YOU HAVE A LOW IDLE THEN YOUR THROTTLE BODY COULD USE A CLEANING OR YOUR IAC IDLE AIR CONTROL COULD BE DIRTY
idle speed motor on the throttle body.
83xbrThe answer is that you can't adjust the idle speed on any car since the 80s, because the Feds mandated a design that allows only automotive shops to do that. If you need to increase your idle speed, you can cheat by finding the throttle cable linkage at the carb or throttle body. There should be a flat piece of metal to which the throttle cable is attached. The metal is hinged and spring loaded usually. When you step on the gas, the piece of metal hinges away from the carb/throttle body. The piece of metail serves as a stop when it hinges back to the carb/throttle body. Wrap a zip-tie or some other relatively thin material around the flat piece of metal and you will artificially keep it from returning to the lowest idle point. Use materials of differing thicknesses until you achieve the idle speed you want.
AnswerLook for a black cap on the right side on top of the throttle body. Pop off that cap and there will be a screw under that cap to adjust the idle.
If it is a 4 speed automatic with OD it may be a 700-r4
I looked into this about 5 years ago. idle is not user adjustable and the 92 is factory set to idle very slow about 800 to 900 rpm. I think it is computer controlled. Incorrect sir. There is a bolt under where the accelator cable is connected that you can adjust and it WILL affect your idle, you can do this with a simple screw driver if you really feel that you need to.
Yes,350 same block as 305 plus a few more my 92 has a 5.7 350 in it stock
your 92 350 is rated at 210 HP with 290 Ft/Lbs of torque
There is no adjustment screw, idle is automatically controlled by the pcm.
Im not sure about a 92, but when it happened to my 98, i had to replace the Idle control valve. its generally about 50 bucks and is very easily done.
The Firing order for a Chevy 350 is 18436572.
They'll bolt up, but not function properly. By the way, the 92 5.7 was not a Vortec engine.
You cannot adjust timing its done in the ecu
Check the timing and check that the cable to the accelerator is adjusted correctly.
100-350 or so
Rough idle lacks power
4mm socket or wrench
i think it might be a vacuum leak check the hoses on the engine and arount throttle body gasket with starting fluid and if you have low power also then it is probably the fuel pump in the tank(check filter first), have fuel pressure tested. my bet is vacuum leak though. Randy
0 degrees at TDC.
100-350 or so