truck gas flooding
Flooding an engine simply means that there is TOO much gas in your cylinders, and you have to wait until they drain before you press the gas, or start the vehicle. The more you try to turn the vehicle over, the more gas will be injected. So let the vehicle sit and wait or press the accelerator to the floor to increase the air in the mixture and leave it there until the engine starts.
19th Novembe3r 2009!
probably getting too much fuel and flooding
December 2010 to January 2011
It began in the start of a new year
Thunderstorms are often followed by rain. So you have the lightning in the thunder that can start fires, and the rain that can cause flooding.
Its the cold start fuel sensor giving you troubles. Its flooding the engine with fuel.
it start by starter motor
does it start without the choke? if it does you are probably flooding the engine with the choke readjust it
Not knowing what year the vehicle is and assuming you mean the "EVAP charcoal canister", if the vehicle has a carburetor, I would suspect the carb is flooding.