So my car (1987 HCi) is running quite rich. Smoke machine has been used, and no vacuum leaks found. This is a federal car with Bosch K-Jet.Tonight, I hooked up a Gunson exhaust analyzer. Hoooo boy. Factory range for acceptable CO is 0.3 up to 1.3.My car was averaging a reading of 3.5! And yes, that's some eye burning exhaust.So I took the airbox off to perform the adjustment. Done this many times before on DeLoreans which are also K-Jet.Somebody has been in there before, as the factory metal plug had been drilled out, and there was a properly fitting stopper in place.I pulled out the stopper, put my 3 mm Allen wrench in, and went to turn the screw to lean it out. It seemed to turn a little, but then the wrench slipped. Thought maybe I didn't have it into the screw quite right, but after feeling around with the wrench, I did.At this point, I became suspicious. I got a magnifying glass, and a flashlight, and looked into the adjustment hole. Whatever clown drilled out the factory metal plug also managed to drill into and mangle the adjustment screw. No size Allen wrench (and I tried a few) will fit into and be able to turn it.So, I literally can not adjust the mixture because the screw is mangled.Considering how rich the car is running, I really have no intention of leaving it more than double the acceptable C/O.My thought process is this: Disconnect all of the fuel hoses from the mixture unit, unbolt the top half from the bottom half (so I don't have to pull the whole thing), remove the mangled adjustment screw, and replace it with a good one. Provided I can find one of these screw, I understand they're a bizarre shape and thread.Thoughts? What would you do in this situation?