Question about 1968 Dodge Dart
Check the choke on the carb, could be stuck or a rod came off. Break it free and lube it. If you have a heat spring to actuate it, the spring could be bad. If it is vacuum actuated, the diaphragm could be bad, the vacuum lines or the vacuum valve.
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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