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Automatic choke high reving

Mitsubishi L200 pickup 93,auto choke revs very high on start up,how or where can I make an adjustment to lower the revs of the auto choke?cheers Leon.

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    Same here although mine is a 1990 model - what is the solution? have you found out yet?

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