Question about 1987 Dodge D150
Sounds like a problem with the choke or could be a fuel drain back issue. they make inline check valves for fuel lines to stop the fuel from draining back out of the carb. As for the choke, when it's cold, remove the breather and manually push the throttle at the carburetor and see if the choke valve closes at the top of the carb. If not, is needs to be adjusted. If it is an electric choke, use a tester to see if there is power at the choke solenoid when the key is turned on with a cold engine.
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