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    Default Cultus 08 Auto choke Problem when cold...

    Dear all... i am facing a problem with my Cultus Efi... whenever i start my car in morning specially in cold weather... the accelerator get stuck at high rpms and would not come down for atleast 10 min... this time would increase as the weather gets colder... this has been happening since the last year... i have visited suzuki dealership several times... they had serviced the throttle body... oiled the accelerator cable and i don't know what else... but the problem is still there... during summer i never had this problem but now as the winter is arriving this problem is again starting to rise... can someone plz help me how to get it fixed...

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    Bump...
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    bro its auto choke, its normal. dnt worry abt it. its good for engine life
    let the music play

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    agreed
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    ^^+1

    lol, suzuki guyz serviced the throttle body without educating their customer. alas
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    its normal
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    Dear i know that auto choke kicks in when car is cold... but the problem is that the accelerator pedal don't work like normal... i know that idle speed would be raised till the choke is working but as i press the accelerator it wont come back... increased rpm stays there until the car is hot enough for the choke to disengage... for example if i rev it to 3k rpm when choke is engaged, it would stay there and will not come back to its normal choked rpm of 1.5k... it feels like accelerator is stuck or something... this behavior is not normal in any sense...
    Crashed and Burned...

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    faulty auto choke , also check your acceletor cable !!
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    sir, its normal nothing wrong ..
    every car takes longer period to settle RPM in cold temp .. and dont on summer ..
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    yaar it started to happen again... damn thing get stuck... imagine driving with your pedal stuck at 3k rpm in heavy lahore traffic...
    Crashed and Burned...

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    u just need a good tunining ..
    everything is OK
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