Question about Karcher 2500 PSI Pressure Washer
I bought a new G 2600PH Karcher 2 weeks ago, and it runs fine and works fine. But I can never push the choke back in or it immediately dies (Honda engine). Karcher say I need to bring it back and replace it. This would be a real hassle for me. Any ideas?
If I need to run it with choke always out, does this damage it in any way - does it consume more fuel, create more CO2, shorten the engine life in any way?
Your problem is in the carb. for some reason there is a stoppage or clogg in the venture opening that feeds the main passage to the manifold. that is the little pipe connecting the carb to the engine.the choke being on causes the engine vaccum to **** gas from other resourses in the carb to run. also check to see if throttle butter fly is moving freely.there may be a defect with the carb and they will have to replace. running the engine with choke on causes it to run rich and will foul the plug eventually . also not good on gas . will use way more than it should. also co2 level way up.
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