It probably needs a tune-up and the carb and choke looked at.
It usually needs a new choke pull-off.
no , it needs to be fixed by a picufacblobhoroidicusmebob.
Depends on the type of damage or what needs to be fixed, and where you get it fixed.
Your Briggs and Stratton 5.5hp only runs with the choke on because it needs a tune up.
Not really. The Auto choke system (common throughout the Hyundai range/models) needs to be checked - wiring not bust and the actual working of the unit. I have found the ACU (Auto Choke Unit) tends to get sticky with oil residue and some times the actualtor spring inside the unit is broken or has fallen off the detector - so the choke is always on
A sector has a fixed size; it will always be 512 bytes. A cluster can be as small as one sector, and can be as big as it needs to be.
sounds like a blown head gasket, do a compression test first, if that tests ok check for cracked block
A herniated disk is a potentially serious problem. The disk needs to be fixed soon or else it will only result in more spinal issues. The result is always permanent.
The mysteries of the Holy Rosary remain fixed. You can always dedicate these mysteries as per your needs. Rosary is a prayer to the Blessed Virgin Mary and it's always adviced to place our petitions at her feet.
The importance of knowing which costs are fixed and which costs are very important in making a business profitable. In order to budget effectively, one needs to know costs that will always be the same (fixed) and the ones that sometimes change (variable).
there should be an idle adjustment on the right side of it
It depends on what needs to be fixed and who's fixing it.
That is absolutely unsafe. Get is fixed ASAP.
The Drum is bad and needs to be fixed asap. Seriously. I lost my brakes because of that and almost t-boned another car. Get it fixed. Forget the cost. The brake cylinder could be leaking more than likely.
When budgeting for your immediate needs, you should divide them into
Timing Your car needs to be in a good state of tune ( new plugs, wires, cap, rotor, and timing set properly). I suspect you may have carb/choke problems ; A carb that 'gets you by 'in warm weather will really act up when it gets cold. Check this: when the car is cold pull off the air cleaner and see if the choke is fully closed; it should be.If it is not,your choke needs to be adjusted. Also the choke pull-off needs to 'pull' the choke blade off a fraction to allow air to enter the engine while the choke is on , and the motor is going thru the warm up period. I hope this helps you a little. Mark
Cleaning and maintenance is a good business to start with you can work the hours you want to work and there is always someone out there that needs to have something cleaned or fixed.
If your vehicle is leaking fumes, then your gas tank needs to be fixed.
needs to have a fixed point that it can rotate around
He's the fellow that repairs your computer when it needs fixed.