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Thread: Another fast idle/choke question.

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    Default Another fast idle/choke question.

    My truck fires right off, but the fast idle doesn't seem to kick in right away like it seems it should. I read that I have to press the pedal all the way down to activate the fast idle. Is that true? If so, does it matter how many times I pump the gas as long as the last pump goes to the floor.

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    First pump goes to the floor. If one pump doesn't start it, then try two. If that doesn't start it, then try three. You will then learn how many pumps it "needs" at different temperatures.

    Also, the rotation of the black plastic choke housing has notches (or reference marks). You change the position, for how long you would like the choke to work.

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