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Late start Tip start in the morning few minutes later it chokes out and the engine stop,late start occur ,when the engine start, reaching its normal operating tempreture it fails to choke again,only when it is parked for long hours normal start chokrs out late start occur. Check fuel lines, fuel tank, fuel priming pump all in good condition.

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    engine won't start i was driving to the store parked it everything normal whn i ame out to start it bou AN hor later it wouldn start no more


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Check your Distributor cap for any cracks. If it's humid where you are the moisture gets in there and causes it to not fire correctly. If anything, try spraying wd-40 onto you Distributor cap. i mean everywhere. It sealed mine up and now I dont have to change it yet.

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Did you check/replace Idle Air Control Valve

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