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Re: OT Ford F100 think I found the problem

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03-05-2013 16:10:15

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Though yer choke pull off may be bad I doubt it will cause a hard start... It will cause a engine to chug a chug a chug and run rich as a pig and over choked once it does start... They are not preset right out of the box that's what the screw is for on the end of it to adjust the choke flapper vacuum applied... Around a 1/4" gap form closed on the flapper should do it... I will take 1/4" are more under choked than a over choked set up...

Even if you feel it needs more choke its EZ'er to add more than to take away from a choked pig... The window to get the adjustment set correct is very small it make take a few cool down cycles (bone cold engine) to nail it...

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03-06-2013 07:04:55

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 Re: OT Ford F100 think I found the problem in reply to Hobo,NC, 03-05-2013 16:10:15  
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thanks, that was going to be my next question - i ordered one thru napa - does not look the same but they assure me it will work on my carb...we shall see.

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03-06-2013 16:33:26

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 Re: OT Ford F100 think I found the problem in reply to Britcheflee, 03-06-2013 07:04:55  
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When you depress the throttle to the floor the carb linkage should open the choke about 3/16" if it does your starting issue is not your problem...

If it don't save yer money on the pull off invest in a rebuilt carb... The linkage is broke and hard to come by...

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