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Join Date: May 2007
Location: Winston Salem, NC
Re: Breathing problems ..
When I say changed the choke points that is done by loosening the nuts on the choke housing, so unless it was loose and you hit it by accident it should not of changes unless by vibration if the nuts were loose. Have you looked at the carb to make sure nothing is blocking movement of the choke linkage/cam/etc.. on the side of the carb? If you hit the linkage and it choked the carb, then you should not try to force it back, you should crank the car and let the electric choke run its course and unchoke itself, just like normal use.
I see in your picture that your brake booster is tied to the back port of the carb, so I understand why you are attached to the front port. Which should not be an issue, and that in that picture the choke looks engaged right now even. But that could be an optical illusion I guess. Is the pcv fitting new or an old one? I was just ondering if it was not working properly/clogged up since removing it seemed to be what changes the behavior. Go buy a new one at auto zone and see it it acts differently, its only 2-3 dollars.
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