Question about 1984 Honda Civic
After the car has idled with the choke pulled for about 10 min. me and my wife still half to have the choke out while driving for a bit or it will stall...I think it maybe a vacum problem but I am niot sure... any suggestions on how to fix this issue??
Check the flexible pipe wich extends from the exhaust manifold to the bottom of the air cleaner inlet. if it is missing or not properly mounted you will have that exact concern. If it is there and looks functionable have the carburetor rebuilt by a professional. The primary fuel circuits are clogging/varnishing up and the passage becomes smaller not allowing fuel to flow properly. The engine can handle the lack of fuel better when warm. At the time of rebuilding they must check for cracked vucuum lines and check the linkage for the choke and fast idle cam. This will ensure proper fuel delivery and cold engine enrichment as needed. Good luck
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