Question about Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Your adjustment is really , really out or your choke is stuck or hooked up wrong. I personally dont suggest that you do the adjusting yourself if your not familiar with carbs due to the fact that it is what feeds your engine the explosive juice it needs to run AND you dont want to have a fire in your engine compartment. But I do suggest that you take it to a person qualified and have it checked out before it dedoes start a fire or other internal damage to your engine. But if you are familiar, reply and I'll walk you thru it.
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