If the bike currently stalls once it gets hot this should help.
Assuming your turning the choke off chances are you have a problem with your carb, specifically the choke. Good way to check is remove the spark plug and see if its clean. If you see black soot all over it your getting too rich a mixture and that's likely a carb fault. If so take it off, inspect the choke mech is working properly, make sure when you turn it off its actually all the way off within the carb. Since it off check nothing else is plugged and clean it. reinstall, start with choke on, bring up to temp and start again without choke
THis fixed my son's xr80 with the same issue.
also i would check your ring because i have had the same problem you ring gets hot and it looses its spring and doesnt have enough compression to start
Try cleaning you carburator, check your fuel filter, your float, could be any of these.
You can only use choke when you play as Vader at the game's start. Push the same button that is for lightning to choke some wookiees!
For cold starts a choke allows a richer fuel mixture until the engine warms to operating temperature. A Choke is only necessary on motorcycles with a carburetor. Fuel injected bikes adjust their fuel mixture automatically by a local ECU so no manual choke is needed.
yes you can choke on feathers but only sometimes
Sounds like you need to have the throttle body linkage assembly cleaned and adjusted. The only other way to do this is to disable the choke linkage assy. but I do not recommend that, especially if you live in a part of the country that gets really cold.
The only thing I could add to comments is when running properly . I pump the choke eight times and it will start right up and if the motor dies I'll pump the choke three times it will start right up and I'm on my way to mowing.
when your trying to start it try flooring the gas pedal, i know its fuel injected and not carbonated but there is a natural choke when trying to turn over, im only 18 and might not know what im talking about but it works for my 93 mazda mx3
No, only use the choke until the bike can idle without it
Your car has a carburetor. It uses a choke to provide rich fuel mixture during cold-start operation. The choke can only change position from cold/rich to warm/lean or back again when the throttle is not completely closed (when you step on gas pedal at least a little bit.) Also, pressing the gas pedal puts a little extra gas into the intake to ease cold starting. The faster you press the pedal, the more gas it pumps out. If you pump too much, you can flood it which can make starting hard.
ONLY IF IT HAS A IMPROVED CHOKE OR MOD CHOKE . DO NOT USE STEEL SHOT IN FULL CHOKE GUNS!
Inspect choke linkage for binding/failure. Remove air cleaner and inspect choke plate operation.
Your Briggs and Stratton 5.5hp only runs with the choke on because it needs a tune up.
I believe that was one of the last carburated vehicles around, wasn't it? If it's carburated you might need to adjust the choke a little to have it run better in the cold.AnswerOn your vehicle's carb there is a choke pull which has the job of controlling the closed choke at start-up to the open choke at operating temperature. This may be the problem. The choke pull is attached to the choke blade and to test it a person attaches a hand held pump ( mity-vac) to test them. The pull should pull the the choke blade open just a little after start-up to keep the car running when it is colder out, and if yours is bad, it could cause exactly what you are writing about. Check this out.I hope this helps you. Mark NOTE: This vehicle has automatic transmission and CFI ( central fuel injectors). Therefore, there is no choke and a computer regulates the fuel/air mixture as well as the idle speed. Since this stalling only happens in cold weather, would I be right if I concluded that the ECT (engine coolant temperature) sensor is sending a faulty signal to the computer that the engine is warm in cold weather, thereby, not increasing the gas in the fuel/air mixture when shifted into gear, causing the engine to stall?AnswerGood News: I solved the problem by replacing the engine coolant temperature sensor and so far no stalling as low as 23 degrees F.
clean the carb
its probably cold where you live. plug it in.
Only if you choke on it.
Only if you choke on one.
your automatic choke is fouled up or misadjusted for your temperature zone.
It is possible for a 1993 Lincoln Town Car to run rough when it is cold because the choke is in the on position. This is normal on some cars.
the purpose of the choke relay is to supply power to the choke heater ONLY when the engine is running; otherwise if you left the key in the run position but the engine wasn't running the choke would open up even though the engine wasn't warmed up. then when you tried to start it, it wouldn't start because no choke. the control circuit for the relay usually comes off of the back of the alternator triad winding (alternator not turning=engine not running). without looking at a wiring diagram i can't tell you the details of the wiring but that's the idea of it- engine running turns relay on and sends power to choke heater and slowly opens up choke; key on but engine not running means relay is off and no power to choke heater. if the relay is not working, then no power will go to choke heater and the choke will stay on too long (or if ambient temps. are low it may stay on all the time). fast idle will stay on also as it is hooked up to choke linkage.
Most were full choke, but the only accurate to determine the choke is to measure the inside diameter of the muzzle with a caliper. www.countrygunsmith.net
A problem with a hard to start lawn mower can possibly be fixed by playing with the choke mechanism. Turn the choke all the way out and pump the gas three times, then close the choke nearly all the way and try the key. If the mower does not start, try again pumping only twice.
Only if it can't handle the pressure.
Only on the Baby
The engine has electronic fuel injection. There is no choke and no thermostat. These are items you will only find on carbuetors.