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1988 Chaser hatchback stalls out


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#1 Idle Hans

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Posted 05 September 2004 - 01:58 PM

Hi Everybody,

Well, I have a stalling problem with my Chaser. When I start the car in the morning and drive for about 200 metres, the car stalls out. Sometimes I can save it by gearing down, but most of the time, the engine goes off and I have to wait about ten minutes to start again. So, it appears that the car gets flooded. However, sometimes after driving for awhile, the car does the same thing and I have the feeling it doesn't get enough gas. My Chaser has a carburetor and an automatic choke. Any ideas?

Help would be appreciated,

Idle Hans

#2 WoodsWagon

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Posted 07 September 2004 - 09:16 PM

What engine does your "Chaser" have in it? Ive never heard of the Chaser before.

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Posted 09 September 2004 - 09:44 PM

In Canada, a ea81 2drs hatch is called a chaser. Only available in 2wd from 1988, the last year was 89. the nicest was the 87 4wd with round headlights.
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#4 mightymoe46

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Posted 14 July 2006 - 04:27 PM

Hey - mine does the same thing. Usually if I let it warm up for 90 seconds or so with the RPM's around 2000 and then drive its fine.

Hi Everybody,

Well, I have a stalling problem with my Chaser. When I start the car in the morning and drive for about 200 metres, the car stalls out. Sometimes I can save it by gearing down, but most of the time, the engine goes off and I have to wait about ten minutes to start again. So, it appears that the car gets flooded. However, sometimes after driving for awhile, the car does the same thing and I have the feeling it doesn't get enough gas. My Chaser has a carburetor and an automatic choke. Any ideas?

Help would be appreciated,

Idle Hans






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