|Originally posted by Drewdrauck6:|
Car suddenly has started to idle at 2500 to 3000 rpms. When it normally was running around 1500 rpms. I don't know what the problem is or what to do so any help or advice would be appreciated!
Also what model Holley carburetor is on my 1986 GT Poniac Fiero 2.6, if it was installed as original equipment?
there is no carb o the Fiero's, not on any of them, the Holley you see there on the drivers side of the engine is the throttle body. no fuel runs threw there, just air.
there is no throttle adjustment like there is on a carb. think vacuum leak somewhere, anywhere. I use starter fluid but in you case I would use water in a spray bottle to check for vacuum leeks. start there and get back to us, or get a cheap service manual, Haines sucks but its better than nothing at least it tells you they are fuel injected and not carbureted.
when ever I buy another vehicle I always buy a manual just for that vehicle, no matter how cheap it is, the manual, its better than nothing.
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