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Wolseley choke.

Post by steamman on Tue Oct 28 2014, 16:37

Hi, I started my Wolseley WD2 today after doing some work on it, I noticed that once it had started it needed the choke lever to be in roughly the mid way position to run smoothly, it wasn't happy if I opened it fully, is this normal.
Thanks, Bernard.

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Re: Wolseley choke.

Post by Foden on Tue Oct 28 2014, 19:16

Yes, pretty normal. It varies depending on wether it is driving something as well.

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Re: Wolseley choke.

Post by steamman on Tue Oct 28 2014, 22:14

Thanks Pete.

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