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veight
    
What would be the difference between a carburetor made for a car with air and one without air?
 
posted: November 6, 2010
 
    
 
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retiredpartsman
    
Depends on the car involved on most there is a solonoid that increases the idle speed to compensate for the compressor power used when ac is on.Not used on a car that does not have ac .
posted:  November 6, 2010
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coyote
    
Some older carburetor's have different air bleeds based on engine load values, usually depending on manufacturer. Then they figured it was easier installing an idle up solenoid.
posted:  December 11, 2010
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