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Hey Guys,

Need some urgent advice please.

Just changed timing belt and flushed radiator, car was running like an absolute dream however the idle was quite high when we finished.

After playing with idle adjust screw with no luck we adjusted distributor slightly which brought idle down to 900rpm, I thought the problem was solved.

However after driving for a little while idle climbs back up to 1500rpm can somebody pls advise what this could possibly be?

Car started fine this morning, but upon idleing she cut out and I couldn't restart her and had to get a lift to work. Is this because i moved the distributor??

Somebody please help !!
 

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Absolutely, positively sure that you didn't disturb any vacuum lines? This is the mostly cause if it continues to idle high after warm up.
Thanks mate.

Could have possibly, will have a look tonight.

What are the signs i should look out for? as when i last checked they all seemed to be plugged in correctly without leaks.
 

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Ok so found the problem, distributor wasn't timed correctly.

Running beautifully atm - when warm, however when car is cold idle gets really low and eventually stalls. (Weather has been really cold in the mornings lately.)

This never use to happen before timing belt change can someone please advise???

Has it got something to do with my cold start??
 
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