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Fuelling adjustment screw location

ok my car is continously stalling eveyr now and then

i have come to acertain from reading other posts and talking with my brother / aa it sounds like my car is over fuelling like a bitch

symptoms :

: car can be drive in 3rd / 4th gear then might suddenly stall
: when engine died it was spluttering when trying to start (plenty of fuel)
: when putting foot down in 4th it feels as if the plugs are misifirng (gives like a on/off punchy acceleration
: crap consumption

troubleshooting :

: aa mechanic advised he knows of two problems - potentiometer (carb) and tdc on flywheel
: after i described that above to him he says deffo sounds like carb

resolutions :

: my bro has checked carb and stated it is overfuelling

HOWEVER, he can't find the adjustment screw. any ideas. 1.1 fiesta azura with CVH carb i think (weber)
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