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  • after-start enrichment — When an engine is first started, it needs a little richer fuel air mixture (i.e., more fuel, less air). In a carbureted engine, this is accomplished by the choke (which restricts the amount of air). In a fuel injected engine, the after start… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • hot start enrichment — A fuel mixture enrichment when starting a hot engine …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • cold start enrichment — A method of providing a higher ratio of fuel to air for starting a cold engine. In some cases, more fuel is fed into the engine with a cold start injector; in other cases, the amount of air is restricted through the use of a choke …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • enrichment — making the air/fuel mixture richer, i.e., increasing the fuel content. Also see acceleration enrichment after start enrichment cold start enrichment cranking enrichment full load enrichment full throttle enrichment hot start enrichment warm up… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • start — To use the starter motor to crank the engine until it fires and runs on its own. See bump start cold start hot start hot start enrichment jump start kick start push start racing start rolling start …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • warm-up enrichment — A reduced enrichment of the air/fuel mixture following cranking and after start enrichment. In the past, warming up an engine was thought to be good practice but now manufacturers recommend that motorists should drive off immediately, as this is… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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