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Choke isn't releasing - Swift Suzuki Cars & Trucks

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  • krity_89 Oct 29, 2008

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Hi Krity,
does your car has an auto choke or a manual choke?

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

  • Armel Aubeelack
    Armel Aubeelack Oct 31, 2008

    Hi Krity,

    I think that you can check the two hoses that brings water to the carburettor upper part. This is where the autochoke component is. When you turn on the engine, let it heat up alittle bit and hold the hoses to see if they are hot. If they are then it means that the flow of hot water is there and the autochoke component is faulty. If they are not hot, then there is no flow of water meaning that there must be a blocked hose or circuit somewhere.

    Let us know how you get on.

    Cheers.

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