mixture control solenoid

(M/C)
[1] A device, installed in carburetor, which regulates the air/fuel ratio by oscillating the metering rods.
[2] A computer-controlled device in a feedback carburetor that alters the mixture adjustment by moving the carburetor's metering rod in and out of the metering jet. Also called a duty-cycle solenoid

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