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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalAngler View Post
    The Honda Caraveo models are cold blooded. Can take up to a few minutes when cold. Just squeeze primer a few times until hard, choke, and crank. The carbs may need to be rebuilt. The jets have very small orfices. Thereís are good tutorials online about rebuilding them. There is a carb manual printer by Honda that is invaluable when rebuilding.

    Good reliable engines...just cold blooded
    I just saw my poor spelling....I was on my phone and my fat fingers were at their worst!

    Caraveo= carbed

    There's are= There are

    printer= printed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zman View Post
    SoCalAngler, thanks for the info, I donít think this motor has a choke, there is a fast idle lever that you use when the motor is warm ,what the Manual says?


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    I believe the fast lever is a choke. Mine also has a choke pull switch on motor (for tiller steered models)


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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalAngler View Post
    The Honda Caraveo models are cold blooded. Can take up to a few minutes when cold. Just squeeze primer a few times until hard, choke, and crank. The carbs may need to be rebuilt. The jets have very small orfices. There’s are good tutorials online about rebuilding them. There is a carb manual printer by Honda that is invaluable when rebuilding.

    Good reliable engines...just cold blooded
    Mine didn't have a manual choke. Would have been better if it had

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    Thanks again for the information, Iím going look in to the bystarter and see if that will help ,thanks


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    Some boats you push the key in and it chokes the motor the key hole is a button that's the way mine is made. Picture of your control unit would really help to know just what you may have.
    Be safe and good luck fishing
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