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Cars / Trucks / Vans Category: Engine System

Problem:

Engine, with a carburetor system, is hard to start in the morning or otherwise after the vehicle has not been used for a couple of hours or more (the weather not playing a role).

Tools / Materials (See Below for Applicability):

  • Technician equipment (like an engine analyzer, etc.)

Solution:

 

When you're about to start your day early in the morning and you're headed out to your car to drive to your first of many destinations of the day, you think nothing of encountering a vehicle problem until experiencing the sudden engine startup difficulty of your vehicle when attempting to start it, which immediately "hits" you where it hurts:  With your key, you turn on the ignition of your vehicle only to find out that your engine won't start immediately, and you're pressed for time because you never expected this automotive glitch to eat away at your time in the driveway.  As with an engine with a fuel injection system, for an engine with a carburetor system, there is no quick fix to this difficult-startup problem.

Diagnose your engine's startup difficulty by having a technician perform appropriate tests, including using instruments such as an engine analyzer, and to pay particular attention to the vehicle's automatic choke and choke pull-off/choke vacuum break.  Your engine's startup difficulty may, in fact, be due to the choke vacuum break's malfunction.  Specifically, a choke vacuum break that is not in working order will allow gasoline from the gas tank to penetrate into the vehicle's cylinders, consequently causing the engine's startup difficulty.

So, have the appropriate diagnostic tests be conducted, and make sure the checking of your choke tops your technician's diagnostic-test list to be on your way to making your vehicle's engine run right again.

Ed the Handyman

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