When open, the fuel enrichener (choke) feeds fuel into the float bowl of the carburettor. Air entering the carburettor creates a vacuum that takes the fuel past the enrichener into the throat of the carburettor. The fuel enrichener should open, remain open, and close without binding. A plastic nut next to the enrichener knob controls the sliding resistance of the enrichener control cable (choke cable) within the cable conduit. The enrichener knob is located next to the ignition switch.
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Things you need
- 11/16-inch wrench
Loosen the hex nut at the back side of the mounting bracket.
Move the cable assembly free of the slot in the mounting bracket.
Follow the cable to where it is connected to the left side of the carburettor. Turn the cable sealing cap counterclockwise to remove it. Inside the carburettor are a spring and the enrichener valve. Remove and replace them if needed. Note: the spring and enrichener valve may stay connected to the cable assembly when removed.
Follow the steps in reverse order to install the new enrichener cable.
Tips and warnings
- Do not lubricate the cable or the inside of conduit. The cable must have resistance to work properly.
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