Finally got my 88 I6 Wrangler on the road. It appears that the idling sometimes just goes ahead and takes a dump. Let me explain and we'll see if yall can help me.
Just starting it, idles at about 800 rpm, does some juking and jiving, but stays around there, idling rough. After warmed up, it does pretty good.
When coming to a stop, about 1 out of every 4 times, it dies when I come to a sudden stop. If I feather the throttle, I can keep it running.
I messed a little with the idle screw and got it idling at about 900 rpm right now, misses a little less, but still a little rough. Sprayed a shitload of carb cleaner in the carb and have fresh plugs, wires, and distributor cap.
Let me know what I can do to get the roughness out of it.
One other thing. This thing has sat on someone else's yard since July of 06 until now.
Just a shadetree type fellow, trying to get a helping hand.