Originally Posted by befumo View Post
If your carb won't hold a steady idle when warmed and properly adjusted, check the return springs (2), and check the throttle shaft bushings for wear. Worn shaft bushings will cause the throttle to stick partially open at idle when warm.
418 miles on 19 gallons of gas. Can't beat the BBD !
Originally Posted by Old4X View Post
This is how the screw sits on the fast idle cam after the normal two pumps of the accelerator before starting.
Starting to run out of ideas here, just manually tested the vacuum choke pull off and it works.
'89 YJ Wrangler - Sold
'95 ZJ Orvis Edition
'89 YJ Islander
i had the return spring problem a lot on my weber 34. the springs just wouldn't pull the accelerator arm back enough every time i let off the gas. sometimes that would and sometimes it would stick open at 1000 rpm. it sucked. i had to put some heavy springs on and hten it was so heavy it made it hard to drive the jeep smoothly. i think it was just because my weber 34 was a crappy knock off of a weber or something. it was new when i got this jeep and it still sucked. i never had an issue like that on any other weber i have ever owned or on any of the motorcraft or holleys i have owned
I don't feel like working on anything, at this time.
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