Question : I DRIVE a Nissan Laurel, model C31-A.
It was manufactured in 1985 but bought from Tan Chong in 1987.
It is still in very good condition except that I have this auto-choke and morning starting problem.
I am, thinking of replacing the carburetor with the Nissan NIKKI carburetor which has no electrical connection to a solenoid valve.
If I do decide to replace with the NIKKI, what do I do with the existing electrical solenoid valve connection?
There is no problem with using this carburetor except that the solenoid is to prevent so-called "running-on" when the ignition is
turned off by shutting off the fuel flow through the idle port.
If you use a carburetor without the solenoid, you can just tape up the connector but you may have to have to do some adjustments to the idle speed and lean down the idle mixture to prevent "running-on".