<VV> Corsa Stalling Problem

David Heath dheath at vanceandhines.com
Thu May 11 14:35:24 EDT 2017

if you have an IR temperature gauge, check the temperature of the exhaust
headers (if you have headers) or just the exhaust logs while at idle.  I am
going to bet that one side is a lot cooler than the other, indicating that
the idle circuit on that side is not working (plugged).

Pull the tops off the primaries and unscrew the venturi cluster.  Blow some
air through the tiny tube.  That should clear it out.  Reassemble and you
should be good to go.

'65 140-4 Coupe
Cypress, CA


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