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 is a carburetor where the engine coolant is routed through the choke system of the carburetor. When the coolant is cold the choke will close. As the engine coolant heats up it opens the choke.
choke sticking need to clean carb
No, it has an automatic choke.
A common cause for an automatic choke to stick in a 318 Dodge truck is a dirty carburetor. A spray can be used to clean the carburetor to stop the choke from sticking.
The choke control should have a cable attached to it that attaches to the choke on the carburetor at the other end. If you have no movement at the carburetor when you move the choke lever, look for the cable to be disconnected at either the choke lever or the carburetor.
An automatic choke is connected to the carburetor on small engines. To get a new automatic choke, a new carburetor will need to be purchased. It is easier to install a manual choke and less costly. Kits for this are sold at most automotive repair stores.
I assume your question was "do you ride an Xr100 with the choke on?". In response to that the answer is no. If you are having to run it with the choke on, that is an indication of clogged jets in the carburetor which will require removing the carburetor, disassembling, cleaning, reassembling and reinstalling on the bike.
The carburetor has an electric choke that is possibly shorted.
grab it around the throat (carburetor) and choke it until it starts.
The electric choke wire connects to the electric choke assembly on the carburetor. It's a round, black plastic assembly that is on the side of a STOCK carburetor. There SHOULD be a connection on the "HOT" side of the coil that lets you connect the choke wire.
choke, throttle, jet
Older vehicles with a carburetor have a choke to aid in cold starts. The choke would be part of the carburetor. If it was to be stuck on the engine would flood and not start. Newer vehicles (mid 80's and up) are fuel injected and do not use the "choke" as such. It is done electronicly.
The choke light on a 1980 El Camino indicates that there is a problem with the electric choke on the carburetor. Causes range from loose wires to a defective choke.
it,s the choke heater rely for the choke stat on the side of the carburetor
The carburetor needs to be removed, disassembled, cleaned, reassembled and replaced. If any gaskets tear in the process you will need a rebuild kit.
Yes it has a choke, it's automatic so you don't need to do anything with it to start the engine.
To adjust the choke on a 1978 350 4 barrel Chevy truck engine, turn the screw on the side of the carburetor. This screw is located in the side of the carburetor. Turning the screw to the right makes the choke open farther. Turn to the left to make the choke open less.
If the car has fuel injection you cannot use a choke. however if the car has a carburetor without a automatic choke that is when add a manual choke cable to the carburetor choke flap. When you pull the choke flap closed it limits the air flow to the engine allowing for the engine to warm up so so it can atomize the fuel for the engine to run more efficiently. This is important in cold weather you almost always have to use a choke to start the engine.
In cars with a carburetor the choke is used to help start the engine when could. Engaging the choke closes a flap which reduces the amount of air in the fuel mixture when the engine is started.
Clean and adjust the carburetor. Also clean the air filter.