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Old 03-22-2000, 03:56 PM
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This is a familiar trait for the 16V. Before you contemplate expensive repairs, try adjusting the CO mixture at idle.

Somewhere in the archives is a great post from Adrian Eckenrod that explains how to adjust the CO idle mixture (a tiny allen screw behind the airbox). I had the same problem when I had a 16V and by changing the idle mixture it went away.

David Hendy

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