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Automatic choke doesnt seem to work
1990 Dodge Dakota

Automatic choke doesnt seem to work

(1990 Dodge Dakota)
during cold start the 3.9l engine doesnt idle up, and the truck will die easily even after warming up, idles rough at stop signs, changed throttle position sensor, and thermostat.
What seems to make the problem better or worse? worse when engine is cold
Tags: dodge, dakota
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on November 27, 2018
A professional scan test may reveal a problem exists related to the coolant temperature sensor or it’s circuit .. That is what’s responsible for fuel adjustment according to ambient temperature .. There is no automatic choke..
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on November 27, 2018
A professional scan test may reveal a problem exists related to the coolant temperature sensor or it’s circuit .. That is what’s responsible for fuel adjustment according to ambient temperature .. There is no automatic choke..
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