I have a 1989 Corolla that is carborated. It has been hard to start in the mornings now that it has become cool.
The car turns over fine but doesn't 'catch' the first time. After two or three tries it catches if you massage the pedel and it gradually revs to mormal.
After a few seconds of warm up, your off.
This has been an on-going problem.
Afer a new dist. cap , rotor, fuel filter, carb adjust,clean and choke pull off examination; the car is no different.
I am the original owner and have had it serviced at the dealer.
Last winter there were several times I thought it's not going to start and I can see the same problem will occur this winter.
Otherwise it runs like when I first bought it. HELP.