Sounds like a choke problem/fast idle speed adjustment.
Sounds to me like you need to replace the choke pull off.
Sounds like it could be low voltage Battery charged? Alternator working?
it sounds like your choke is not operating properly.
if its only on idle it sounds like a bad injector
Choke linkage holds the throttle cable for a higher idle speed while cold. When you step on gas after choke is warmed up the throttle cable is released from the little cam type plate that has steps on it and allows the the cable to return to t's normal position. Sounds like the idle is set too low.
It sounds like it is over fuelling. The auto choke may be stuck open? The ECU/AFM may be defective There may be a small leak in a fuel line.
It sounds like the Idle Air Control valve is bad. Could also be the Throttle Position Sensor.
sounds like a bad idle control sensor
Sounds like the idle valve needs adjusting, it's likely that the timings are out and needs adjusting which takes minutes to do. If the engine timing is not set around 700 - 950 rpm then it could be too low to support the engine to run. It's like having an automatic choke on older vehicles where you apply more choke till engine is warm enough
it sounds like a horse is coughing up a hairball. or like when a horse is overworked and they make that coughing noise when they run out of air. that's wat it sounds like. horses can choke on objects if they aren't broken up into the appropriate size for them.
That sounds like high idle on the automatic choke, once the choke warms a bit it will kick down as it is doing.
V sounds like it starts with a F, if that helps.
inproper choke setting
It sounds like either a choke issue, or vapor lock. Good luck.
sounds like the choke is not working correctly
Sounds like you may have a Mossberg with a C-Lect-Choke. If so, Mossberg recommended that you NOT shoot slugs.
It sounds like your carb choke is stuck. Just remove the air filter and filter housing and spray the choke, linkage, and throttle body with a liberal amount of carb cleaner. This should fix the problem.
Sounds like the idle air circuit sensor is dead or disconnected. It should be located on the throttle body and be the bottom connector.
sounds like a sticking idle air control motor they get a build up of carbon after a while.
The sloth is an animal. Its name sounds like slaw.
sounds like its a carbureted truck id blame the carburetor for the problem most likely the choke is sticking or the choke control is not working. typically there is a spring like coil that opens and closes the choke based on engine temperature (the throttle plate on top and the linkages connected to it and so on should be inspected) ive seen a faulty idle air control solenoid on fuel injected vehicles do various things including this
sounds like your starter is draging.