Question about Mitsubishi Lancer
The carbereta keeps being flooded by the automatic choke on my mitsubishi 1500cc lanser is there anyway i can bypass the choking system
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it's fuel injection I don't think it will have a choke. It will have what they call an Idle Air Bypass valve or something of that nature. If you can find it take it off and spay Carb cleaner through it. Be carefull not to get it in your eyes. I'll do some research and see if I can find a photo for you. A lot of the time they get dirty and just need a good cleaning.
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
Errors codes would be the logical thing to look at first. You may need to ask Toyota for the procedure in retrieving them.
Check that there aren't any obvious cracks in vacuum hoses.
Try pinching the PCV valve hose. If it stabilises you need to clean with some carby cleaner or replace.
The H series engines are prone to this and can generally be tracked to a vapour lock in the coolant hoses on the throttle body air valve (idle circuit).
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
the 318 is fuel injected and has no automatic choke,it does have a cold start system to aid in cold starts,the most likely cause of your problem is a bad or dirty throttle position sensor.you may also need to clean the throttle body and throttle linkages or cables
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
If it's carburetor & has automatic choke, then there is probably a screw at side of carb, by step cam that moves with choke . Back it of a little at a time until you get desired cold idle speed. Make sure you turn step cam to setting it would normally be when cold, and choke on, then turn screw out to lower rpm's. Look for a little rod from choke shaft, down to base or side of carb area, to step cam.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
you are looking for the air idel valve locted on the the inlet manifold it has a 1 inch hose coming off it going to the throttle valve pulling off the hosefrom throttle side and placing a finger over the end should make the engine stall if it doesen't stall you may have a cracked inlet manifiold .
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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