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If the engine runs well but is not able to hold idle, the most common problem is a fault with the idling circuit. One of the main cause would be clogged primary circuit or a fault with the anti-dieseling solenoid or its power supply.
Try this simple procedure. Remove the solenoid and use compressed air to blow into the carb hole. It could clear minor clogging of the circuit. Back off the fuel mixture adjust screw slightly before blowing out the circuit.
Hope I have the correct versioon of carb.
Before attempting the above, check the throttle plate first. Pull and push the throttle spindle to check for excessive clearance. Ifit moves too much, the throttle plate is unstable which would not allow the idle to be constant. Carb has to be replaced to rectify.
Saturday, August 22nd, 2009 AT 11:47 AM