Question about Cars & Trucks
With the choker lever back to the normal position after start up I notice that the wire line linking the carburettor and the long leveller at the other side oscillates. The oscillating line causes the carburettor to decrease and increase the fuel flow causing the change of the engine rotation speed? Can you advise please?
Most times this is caused by to much fuel. You can clean the carburetor (disassemble it). I just buy rebuild kits and rebuild them.
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
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