Your car probably has fuel injection. There is no choke. Everything is controlled through sensors by the PCM, and now that cooler weather is here, you may be experiencing hard starts because the cold engine is not getting enough fuel, for too many different reasons to list here.
There is a possibility that you have one of them variable venturi carburetors, and if that is the case, you may be able to find a conventional carburetor from a salvage yard that you could rebuild. Difficulty of the modifications I wouldn't know about.
Mercury does not have an atmosphere.
how do you replace a choke cable on a 2001 Honda 450 foreman
dont, you'll choke and die.
Dont think it has one.
doesn't have a choke , but has an enrichener valve , remove the bolts that hold the valve ,take it out unplug & replace ,can be found near throttle body .
sounds to me like your choke is not setting properly you should hve it checked. your choke is not setting properly just replace your choke component or you can try disconnecting the battery and see if it resets itself just remember that when you do this it resets the mapping sensor and you will need to adjust this by taking the car for a half hour drive so that the mapping sensor has a chance to reset all aspects of your driving habits this 97 mercury will do that when you take it for the test and reset drive
Choke has got two functions. Initially it raises the ac voltage to some 350 V so as to initiate the discharge of electricity through mercury vapour. Once the discharge becomes activated then low voltage about 110 V is enough to maintain the discharge through mercury vapour. This is supplied by the same choke.
When using an electric choke you will need to take the manual choke unit out and replace with the e.choke unit. Run power and ground to unit and then adjust to ambient tempature. Then test and tune
If you leave the "choke" on you will foul the plugs. The choke is actually an enrichener, which dumps fuel. There is no damage done just bead blast or replace your spark plugs if the bike stops running right
that would be the automatic choke working until engine warms up enuff not to need a choke
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Sounds to me like you need to replace the choke pull off.
check choke operation see ifchoke flap closes on snaping throtle check if choke flap opens slightly on startup if not replace choke pulloff diafragm
A Jeep Grand Cherokee that starts and dies might have a problem with the choke. Depending on how new the vehicle is, there might be a sensor for the choke that is not working properly.
any auto parts store can sell you a manual pull on and pull off choke cable.
A fixed choke is a choke that can not be removed or changed.
With removeable chokes, it's simple, replace the tube. Otherwise you have to find a really good gunmsith.
A 454 Chevrolet engine which is experiencing a choke light while the choke is physically open, indicates the choke is not receiving power. This can be caused by a loose connection or a defective choke.
Yes the puma could choke on the duck's bill or the duck could give the puma mercury poisoning after it eats the duck.
You have a blown fuse. The most likely cause is the choke is defective. i don't think it has anything to do with a fuse . i think your choke is out of adjustment possibley a week spring in the choke causing the choke to open to quickly . your carb may also need a rebuild if its a rochester they are not to hard to do . lots of info on the web . alot of bad info as well . The choke works in conjunction with the oil pressure sending unit. Check a wiring schematic and you can trace it out. Replace the oil pressure sending unit.
The choke lever should be down for the choke to be off. In the raised position is choke on.
It is fuel injected and does not have a choke.It is fuel injected and does not have a choke.
there is no choke its got an electric choke on the carb
choke lever pushed downwards = choke on