Check Timing First Sounds Like That Is Your Problem. If it turns out to not be the ignition timing, it could also be the camshaft timing. If your camshaft is mistimed it means that your timing chain or timing belt has slipped and must be replaced.
Dirt in the carb or carb out of adjustment or both.
If it is throtle body equipped, the idle control s solonoid controls it. If it has a carb there is an adjustment screw on the bottom of the carb.
There should be an idle setting on the side of the rochester carb.
May have an idle solenoid on the left side of carb.
On the side of the carb.
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.
fuel injected or carburetor?injected - the idle can be adjusted via a diagnostic computer.carb - you can adjust the idle under the carb very easily.
check the ait. on yhe left side of carb..it control's idle.
Right at the top of the engine you will find the carb immediatley to the right on the carb you will see a flat head screw this will adjust your idle , helps to have a second person on this.
twist the screw under the carb
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
adjust your idle screw on the side of the carb its the one with the spring on it. if that doesnt help then take the carb apart and clean it to make sure theres no dirt in it.
there is a screw on the carb right where the throttle cable hooks to it that you use to adjust the idle.
Should have a carburetor so all you have to do is turn the idle screw down some on the carb.
It should be on the carb!
If you are not able to adjust it down with the idle adjust knob you may have an airleak at the carb.
There is an idle screw on the side of the carb its the one you can turn by hand if you have to use a screw driver its probably not the idle screw. turn it CW to increase and ccw to decrease.
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.
you need to adjust thecarburetor it will tell how in the owners manual.Also the adjustment for the idle is a gold colored knob that sticks out on the left side of the atv(clutch side),Idle mixture screw is in the middle of the carb under the intake side of the carb(hard to get to)(venturi)side
its in the front of your carb. underneath the intake manifold.
on my 87 Chevy caprice just happen today, my car would idle for a while then die. Turns up my carb was bad. Changed the carb, ran like new again.
There is an idle adjustment at the carb. Look where the accelerator pulls the butterfly stop and you will see an adjustment screw.
The A/C idle compensator solenoid is not functioning. This should be located next to the carb.
using a tach , idle adjustment on R/S of carb ( drivers side when standing in front of car ) adjust idle in PARK , A/C off
There is a idle screw on the throttle linkage on the carb that you can turn to increase the idle speed and then hook up your timing light to check the timing.