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How to bypass the choking system

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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SOURCE: 1998 C180 Sport Automatic choke faulty

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.

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SOURCE: 1999 Daihatsu Charade auto choke problems

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

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SOURCE: automatic choke is stuck on my bmw

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

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SOURCE: 1995 Mitsubishi L300 Van 2ltr aspirated motor,

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.

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SOURCE: automatic choke is getting stuck from time to time

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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Suzuki samairi 1987,starts fine when Cooke go off or when engine worms up it dies will not idol at all.


the chock must be bad.
on all carb cars , since 1964 i remove it and make it a manual choke
then hot starts are easy, hot, its not touched. (instant starts hot)

chokes this old never work right, they are TOO old
the spring in side (bimetal) is NO GOOD. it fails to open properly.
try setting the choke calibration more lean.
if at higher altitude, even leaner.

the book is free. see it here
http://www.fixkick.com/sammi-stuff/index.html

The choke is a device on most old carbs (varies by country)
that closes a butterfly valve, (google that) and starves the engine of air, thus the word "CHOKE" as in Choking it.
this causes higher venturi vacuum and more fuel flows from the jet nozzles.
if the chock is set too rich the engine floods
if set too lean , you have to pump the gas pedal to keep it alive.
if the bimetal spring is slow, it floods
if the choke is electic the heater needs to work or the choke sticks on.
if the choke is water heated, the water needs to flow there. again
the motor floods and stalls.

rtm. read the chapter on the Choke, the book is free.
http://www.fixkick.com/sammi-stuff/index.html

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The linkage for the choke can get sticky or dirty and not work. Basic gravity and a spring opens the choke so the linkage must move freely.

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The automatic choke of my lancer 1995 ck2A 1500cc, not work good i don`t now why, i chek the water is o.k. i chek the cables is o.k. i chek the electric & manual parts of choke is o.k. please help


it the problem with electronic censor unit you better diagonalise the problem on ECU checking system where it will sence the accurate problem & the faulty part can be replaced or the best thing according is to check your nearest Mitsubishi Authorised centre for problem free drive so more quires do write in to us & we will be happy to help you out so till the next time drive safe keep on happy motoring till then this is Siddhanth saying bye for now ....!!!!

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