OK fellas, I'm getting the old jeep cleaned up and ready to sell. I had the carb rebuilt last year which solved one idle problem but must have sorta created another. I'll try to describe this best I can. This is my 84 CJ7 with 258 I6 engine and a weber 38 mm 2 barrel carb (rebuilt good last year). It has an electric choke. When you start the jeep up it idles pretty high, until you give the accelerator a pat, then it will idle back down around 700 RPMs like it's supposed to. I think this function is pretty normal for a cold engine, but I've always thought that after the engine warms up this isn't supposed to happen. My problem is that at every stop sign, or red light when I shift into neutral to wait for the light to change it's still idling high. I have to pat the accelerator every time in order to get it to idle back down. I would pretend that I'm a mechanic and say this was something with the fast idle cam but...I am NOT a mechanic. Learned a few big words on the internet. Any idea what would cause this and how to fix it?