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On start up choke does not cut in
I'd suspect it is gummed up. A temporary and inexpensive fix is to spray carburetor cleaner into it, to see if that will help.
(If it an electric choke, check to see you have voltage to the heat element when the truck is cold and the key is on.)
Bad news #1 is, today's carburetor cleaners ar pretty weak because of emissions laws, and #2, you probably should take the carburetor or air horn off and tear the carburetor or air horn apart so you can clean it good.
If you do so, be sure to have a new gasket kit available to you so you don't wind up with air/vacuum leaks.
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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