Question about 1984 Volkswagen Rabbit
Firstly see if the choke wire is stuck from inside itself or from the Carburetor side.
To check this you will need to pull - push the small knob on the Carburetor where the choke wire is attached. If it moves freely then the choke wire is stuck in itself.
If it is stuck from the Carburetor side then you could use a spray like WD40 to free the leaver.
Else disengage the wire from the Carburetor and pull the wire out from the inside. Clean the wire and lubricate it by using any good lubricant (engine oil works the best). Then slowly push the cable back and fasten the wire back with the Carburetor.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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