Date: Thu, 13 May 1999 12:49:53 -0800
From: aultnopsamelnetworks.com (Chris Ault)
Subject: Re: Idle at 4000RPM??!!!


Had that with my 87 9000 T, it was a loose dashpot. Needed a nut on the underside. The dashpot I'm referring to is the spring-plunger that the throttle arm (on the outside) hits when your foot comes off of the pedal. When loose, it will unwind over time and high speeds, preventing the throttle from properly returning to closed. Located at the firewall side of the throttle and intake manifold. 3/16" nut should do it I think... -chris **** Posted from RemarQ - http://www.remarq.com - Discussions Start Here (tm) ****

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