88 accord choke problem

The automatic choke doesn't open fully when engine is warm - anyone know what the circuit is for controlling the choke heater?
Thanks in advance
rudy

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Rudolf Hausdorf wrote:

There is a paper ring-shaped gasket between the choke heater and the carburetor body. These gaskets often deform and then interfere with the operation of the choke. You should be able to see the gasket all the way around the junction with the choke heater. If it looks like part of it has been squeezed into the choke heater, then it needs to be replaced. If your choke heater still has the OE rivets attaching it to the carb, then you'll need to drill these out in order to replace the gasket. You can use small sheet metal screws in place of the rivets to reattach the choke heater. This will make adjusting the choke much easier in the future. Note that you'll also want to check the linkage to make sure that it doesn't bind up and a little cleaning and lubrication would probably also help.
Eric
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