i have a 67 gmc 910 pickup. the choke in mine is on the dashboard above the steering wheel and to the right. it is a white plastic knob with the letter "C" on it.
the f50 is the lightest by far but they cost more ... the f30 is in the middle between f10 and f50 it is lighter than the f10 and then the f10 is the heaviest
There is no such thing as a F10 tonado. It only goes up to a F5.
Hit F10 again...if it doesn't get fixed, hit F8.
The F10 key in Excel activates the menus. It does the same as pressing the Alt key by itself. In older versions of Excel, up to Excel 2003, menus were used and the Alt or F10 key activated the menu bar. They both work in versions of Excel from 2007 onwards to activate key tips, so that you can use keyboard combinations for certain activities that would have been on the menus on older versions. You can also use F10 with other keys. SHIFT+F10 displays the shortcut menu for a selected item. ALT+SHIFT+F10 displays the menu or message for an Error Checking button. CTRL+F10 maximizes or restores the selected workbook window.