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Old 06-30-2011, 10:55 PM   #1
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Funky idle problem 85 22r

I'm not new to 22r's by also haven't messed around with one for about 10yrs, I decided to re-ring my old 22r and get it going again...the rebuild went fine but I'm having issues with it idling. It will not idle unless my foot is on the pedal or the idle speed is turned up. I've heard this can be a idle cut solenoid? The truck seems to idle when I put my hand over the carb...any opinions? Thanks!
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Could be alot of things. Could be the solenoid your talking about, but probably just the wiring to it. Check for cracked wires and such. People also have luck just grounding the solenoid to the battery. It could also be the emissions computer, which is what controls the fuel cut. Broken solders are pretty common on the motherboard. Also I would be checking for vacuum leaks for sure. Have you checked for good spark and good fuel level in the sight glass? Alot of stuff to check at this point.

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10-4...won't get antsy lol...

I have all vacuum lines routed according to the manual. I see the fuel level consistently at about half when I look in the fuel sight, also spark is good. I'm thinking either a vacuum leak or bad soleniod.I'll have to take a can of wd40 and do the spray check around the base of the carb and intake etc...otherwise I'll try grounding the soleniod and see if that works. I also read that if you take the o ring off that solenoid it will bypass it's operation? True? I don see how that would work...
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