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Old 02-27-2012, 09:35 AM
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Originally Posted by lt1silverhawk
While watching the video from yesterday, I just noticed that the fast idle cam wasn't raised up from the very beginning. Would that be because the choke plate was "locked" into an open position?
Yes they are connected. The closing of the choke also pull up the fast idle cam. The choke can open independently due to the linkage design which is why you need to kick the idle down
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