Need more detail on what the shop did.
Did they disassemble the carbs, pull and clean the jets, fuel inlet needle valve, adjust float height, set the pilot screws according to spec, etc.?
If it's got little or no idle when warm, it may be dirty or poorly adjusted pilot screws. If the caps are still in the pilot screw holes and look older than new, then they were not adjusted. What did they charge for their work and will they help you resolve this?
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1995 1500 Aspencade named "Cochise"
1985 1200 Aspencade named "Tatanka"
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Last edited by Tatanka; 06-30-2012 at 02:04 AM.