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Presently have my 1978 245 (B21F CI) and my mechanic has a question (he has no expr w/ Volvo's!);<p>Which way to turn the adjustment (screw?) to affect rich/lean setting (or is it air air flow mix)??. Clock-wise OR Counter-clockwise?!?<p>(note:present problem is too much fuel / fouled plugs)<p>Thank you for any & all help! Brooks <p>
 

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Re: ADJUSTMENT TO AIR FLOW SENSOR (thebrooks)

which way to adjust the airflow sensor??? on straight CIS?<p>that pie plate needs to set within 0.125" or 3mm of the rearmost part of the venturi<p>the CO mixture screw is another story<p>get a book and if you are really having CIS troubles...... it shouldn't be hard at all to find somebody that has years of experience..... should hold true just about anywhere in the world<p>I hate getting ahold of a CIS car after everything has been improperly copulated
 

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Re: ADJUSTMENT TO AIR FLOW SENSOR (username)

and are you talking about the idle speed screw or valve?<p>it simply sets the idle speed much like a throttle stop screw does<p>and then there is even a throttle stop screw<p>
 

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