probably your electric choke . take note the electric choke of these caburator are activates when there is no courant and disactivated when there is courant
There is no choke. The engine is fuel injected.
does it start without the choke? if it does you are probably flooding the engine with the choke readjust it
It doesn't have a choke switch. The engine has central fuel injection (CFI).
Choke is used generally in cold weather to prime the engine generally in carborated engine in hot weather choke is not needed however in newer fuel injections the choke is all electric and has no user control
The choke enriches the mixture for start-up and then is heated by a small electrical heating coil so the choke goes off when the engine is at operating temperature.
Not sure about specifically for a 1971 307, but normally the choke has 2 wires. One is ground and the other goes to a fused 12V source (supplies 12V when igition key is turned on)
Fuel injection engines DO NOT HAVE A CHOKE. Is your check engine light on ? You need to have the engine scanned with a scanner to see what is going on.
look on the left thingy and push down the thingy majig and swap it with the tweeker and there is the choke NEW ANSWER: There is no choke on fuel injected engines. Chevy quite using chokes back in the late 80s.
your car does not have a choke like in the old days. THE COMPUTER SETS THE AIR TO FUEL TO START THE ENGINE.
choke not working
To adjust the choke on a 1978 350 4 barrel Chevy truck engine, turn the screw on the side of the carburetor. This screw is located in the side of the carburetor. Turning the screw to the right makes the choke open farther. Turn to the left to make the choke open less.