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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: choke light
Sounds like your choke is sticking.Try to make your choke stay open with something after the engine is warm and see how it runs then.If it solves it you may need a new choke or get it adjusted.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
Check the flexible pipe wich extends from the exhaust manifold to the bottom of the air cleaner inlet. if it is missing or not properly mounted you will have that exact concern. If it is there and looks functionable have the carburetor rebuilt by a professional. The primary fuel circuits are clogging/varnishing up and the passage becomes smaller not allowing fuel to flow properly. The engine can handle the lack of fuel better when warm. At the time of rebuilding they must check for cracked vucuum lines and check the linkage for the choke and fast idle cam. This will ensure proper fuel delivery and cold engine enrichment as needed. Good luck
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
I am familiar with these, a manual choke carb works off of a bimetal coil in the manifold exhaust crossover on the passenger side of the intake, Make sure it is hooked up, then while the car is cold, on the rockchester carbs, use an 1/8 in drillbit to set choke. You have to loosen the three screws on the choke to set, when the choke flap, the very top one on the carb touches the drillbit, set it there and lock down screws, pump once or twice and it should start and idle, as the bimetal coil heats up it should open the top flap. if you try to accelerate before it is wam it will disconnect from the auto choke. I hope this helps if not please do not rate me at all, if it does help you fix your problem then please give me a fixya,
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
I just had the same problem with my '02 altima SE.
Took it to Buckeye Nissan in Hilliard OH. and they had to replace the two crank sensors which.
The sensors themselves were about $44.00 a piece, but w/labor about $300.00 was the total. Hope this helps.....Now if I can just get the heater working!
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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