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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.
There are 2 basic fans in Dell tower one for the power supply and the other for the Processor. If your computer is not booting then the Processor fan is most likely to be the culprit. What could be happening is that the Processor fan is no longer turning fast enough to cool the processor, so normal the processor when it over heats there is either protection to switch off the computer automatically or the computer won't boot. The best thing is to change the fan and make sure it is working properly but checking on the cables that they won't entangle on top of the fan to impede it's movement. You can easily damage your processor if the fan is not working properly.
Check to make sure the automatic choke is still plugged in - it is a square grey connector hanging on the side of the barburator under the gastank. If it is connected - make sure your carb is still seated in the rubber boot that goes into the cylinder head - a good backfire can pop it out and leave you with your symptoms.
what i've done in past is, i used ''carb choke cleaner'' or ''intake cleaner'' started the engine and sprayed right in to air filter , that worked almost every time. this is a first thing i do before i start taking things a part. this also happens after a long storage time. DO NOT flood the carburetor cause it may damage piston or cylinder.(just do it gently).
Check the compression using a compression tester you can buy at a parts store. The compression has to be fairly high in all cylinders to start up the engine. If not you may have bad rings . Check plugs and wires too.