Sorry for the brevity of my original post. Yes it has the Chevy 305. Sure, Cutlass my grandfathers favorite car.You asked what I think? I think you should get an Oldsmobile Cutlass. Salon or Supreme. Nice cars either way.
Engine type/size...2 or 4 bbl?
Either way, I think your primary choke pulloff (vacuum break) on the passenger front corner of the carb isn't working correctly. That's my guess with all that information that was provided. Put a vacuum pump on it where the hose taps in and see if it pulls in and holds. If it doesn't, then it won't open your choke blade slightly when cold and your car will run rich as all get out until it warms. Or just watch the choke blade once it's set and see if it gets popped open about 1/8" or so when it starts. If it don't, that will tell you too.
Assuming 4 bbl. GM p/n 1706211 if you have the Y 307 V8. If you have the Chebby 305, it's GM p/n 17067800.
Just yankin' your chain. This morning would be a PERFECT freezing azz morning to see if the choke opens on startup.Sorry for the brevity of my original post. Yes it has the Chevy 305. Sure, Cutlass my grandfathers favorite car.
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