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The automatic choke was removed now new mechanic does not know where it should go, he said it does not fit with the type of carburettor we have. I think it was removed from the starter when replaced.


chokes mount to the carburetor-but you said they replaced with new the old may not be compatible with new and chokes are not part of starter unit --- and i would look into going to a different repair shop

Sep 06, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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1996 4.3 wont start untin you prime with gas then it runs great


4.3 what make? Priming with gas does what the choke should be doing, so my guess is that the choking system does not work.
Does your car have a carburettor or does it have fuel injection? There are 2 kinds of injection - via injectors or via manifold. These usually don't give hassles unless there is a problem with the temperature sensor.
If your car has a carburettor, it could be the automatic choke is not working properly. This is the little round gizmo attached to the side of the carb secured with a ring and three screws.
Take off the air cleaner, look into the venturi and take note of the position of the choke butterfly valve - that's the one mounted on a shaft that goes into the middle of the auto choke unit.
With the three screws loosened, not removed, slowly turn the outer cap and see what the butterfly does. Do this while the engine is cold. The butterfly should be just closed, maybe slightly on the open side. Now tighten the three screws on the pinch ring and that should fix your problem.
The auto choke has a bimetal spring inside that round plasticky thing that operates the choke butterfly. As hot gases from the exhaust heats up the spring, it opens the choke. Check that this spring, situated inside the round gizmo, is not broken.
Hope this helps.

Sep 27, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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I need a diagram of fast idle link assembly on weber 34DGEC carb


Tammy , weber has the pages to fix webers, why not read there.
its all there. for custom carbs,
fixing cars is a labor of love, if not, dont buy custom cars.
and for sure webers.
TAKE Photos of your work, its free now , no Kodachrome.
the car came with Autolite/motorcraft, carter or Rodcheter carb.
not webers.

idle, all carbs you can set the idle to zero. with the fly plate closed
and the engine stalls.
so does your butterfly plate close.

IDLE DOWN, HOT or cold engine,? is the choke OFF?
if the choke is off you can starve it of all air. at the stop screw.
if not, then the throttle cable is tight,
or you have air leaks in the plenum somewhere.
but air leaks cause lean, but with a bad tuned rich weber, it will race with air leaks, bingo???? im a carb o holic. retire.

Jul 26, 2014 | 1983 Jeep CJ7

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How do I adjust fast idle link assembly on weber 34DGEC


http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f8/weber-34-dgec-carb-too-rich-jets-tune-jeep-4-2-258-a-631105/

read
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f218/34-dgec-weber-problems-126887.html
really its a.
Solex 34 TEIE import that gets a Weber name
that is why tuning data, is missing at webers. site.

what makes you think it was ever tune right.
was it?

http://www.jeepsunlimited.com/forums/showthread.php?531786-Weber-34DGEC-CARB-Conversion-Probs

1: is fuel pressure.
2: is float level checks.
3: is jetting,
4: is no intake leaks, or it will never idle right or stalls. or races.
if its rich (wrong jets) it will race with air leaks
if it lean (wrong jets) it will stall with air leaks.

5: the choke is off for all above. tuning the silly chock is last.
on my cars, i run a manual choke, so ends that.

Jul 26, 2014 | 1983 Jeep CJ7

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Carburetta


Be sure you have run a quality carburetor cleaner through your fuel system...also fresh plugs, spark plug wires, and replace ALL air filters and clean passages...this is the least costly performance enhancement...Hope this helps.

Mar 26, 2014 | 1977 Ford Capri

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High idle problem on 2001 toyota corolla


TRY THE KNOB LOCATED ON THE CARBURETTOR TOP WHICH INCREASE OR REDUCE THE ENGINE RPM.OR CHECK FOR ECCELATOR WIRE THAT MIGHT HAVE GONE STUCK. ALSO SEE THE HALF ROUND ROCKER WHICH IS TURNED WITH THE ECCELATOR LOCATED ON THE ENGINE TOP (CARBURETTOR) HOPE IT DID NOT GOT STUCK CHECK IT MOVEMENT. OTHER REASON COULD BE THE CHOKE THAT GOT ENGAGED AND COT COMING BACK IF IT IS AUTO CHOKE OR IF THE CHOLE IS MANUAL SEE THE PULL KNOB NEAR THE STEERING IF IT IS PULLED OUT HAS TO BE PUSHED IN. ENGINE EXCEED ITS RPM WITH THE CHOKE APPLIED. I DO NOT KNOW WHICH TYPE OF CHOKE YOUR TOYOTA IS USING.


JUST FOUND ENGINE MANUAL/REPAIR PDF FILE THAT MAY HELP YOU PLEASE SAVE A COPY FROM THE SITE.
http://celica.nfv.ee/manuals/2ZZ-GE_repair_manual.pdf

Aug 31, 2012 | 2001 Toyota Corolla

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Weber carburettor problem on 1971 Ford Cortina


it has a choke plate used for cold starting
if it has 2 throats ( venturis ) then the second throat butterfly is most likely vacuum operated in which case the diaphragm for the operation will be faulty
I suggest that you take it to an accredited shop that overhauls carbies , and firstly have the manual choke fitted then have the unit overhauled

Mar 28, 2017 | Ford Escort Cars & Trucks

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