Idle speed and idle mixture are the two most common adjustments made to carburetors, and these adjustments start by warming up the vehicle to full engine-operating temperature. Find out how to perform a lean-drop adjustment with help from an ASE-certified master automobile technician in this free video on carburetors. Expert: Clark Mason Bio: Clark Mason is an ASE-certified master automobile technician. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
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