Twin Choke Weber
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My 1986 Jeep Wrangler, powered by a 4.2L Petrol straight 6 is aided by this TC Weber however and unfortunately, she has become a real pain to start in the morning. Upon investigation I found that the chokes were not closing however, if I pushed them closed manually, she fired up first time as usual.
Further investigation (by the way, my knowledge of engines and mechanics stretches no further than, if I turn the key, or push the button, it starts) I noticed that the auto choke was "loose".
I decided to take if off to see what was inside and found a coil which, I can only describe as something akin to a barometer coil (I hope I'm not getting to technical for you ;-) All looked well so I put it back together and tightened it up !
I figured that when cold the coil would close the chooke and when warm etc etc. That's as far as I've got but it still wont cold start !
So - presuming that this coil cant be broken, what is the methodoligy in setting the same as there are two arrows on the choke and a wire !!!!!
Pictures attached !
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