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Old 05-07-2007, 02:16 PM
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Diagram for Motorcraft 2150 adjustments

Anyone have a picture or diagram of the 2150 carb and what screws adjust what. I rebuilt the carb but I have no idea what adjustments I need to make and what screw does what.
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Anyone have a picture or diagram of the 2150 carb and what screws adjust what. I rebuilt the carb but I have no idea what adjustments I need to make and what screw does what.
If you didn't have the diagram, how did you rebuild the carb? A really good blowup diagram should have come with the kit. The two screws on the front of the carb underneath adjust the idle mixture. The large screw on the drivers side adjusts the curb idle. The three screws on the choke cap are for loosening the choke cap so that it can be adjusted. The small screw on the back of the choke pull-down diaphragm is for adjusting the pull-down spacing. The screw on the back passenger side is for fast idle speed. The hex screw on the neoprene choke linkage is for the fast idle index. That is every screw on a 2150.
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I should have metnioned that I have misplaced the diagram from my rebuild kit. Sorry about the confusion. Thanks for helping me out.
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