The heat is dissipating in Phoenix and it's time to bring the oldies out again. I started up my old Queen today and while it took a few cranks to get the engine turning over, the bark as it caught was wonderful. The car ran smoothly and strongly, but as I pulled into the gas station I noticed that the idle speed was hovering around 2200 RPM. It seems higher than usual, even though I understand that Queens have some emissions equipment in them that artificially keeps the engine speed up at idle. I have no experience with the Queen's mechanical bits and I'm wondering if there's an easy fix here or if I have to get a workshop manual and start playing with it.