Re: hey 92
It wouldn't happen to be a Q-Jet would it?
If it's flooding out as bad as you describe, I can't see it being anything else other than the choke not opening back up. It's the only thing on a carbureted engine that can cause it to flood out like that when it's cold but still run fine when it's warmer. Just because you never had a problem with it before doesn't mean that's not the problem now.
Reason I asked about the Q-Jet is because they're kind of notorious for loading up bad at idle when not adjusted properly. Be sure your idle mixture screws are adjusted correctly.
Since it is electric choke, the humidity could very well be responsible for CAUSING the choke to not work properly. Be sure there's no bare wires or bad connections. A little moisture can cause an intermittent short and cause a lot of problems.
Next time you have the problem, leave the key on to maintain power to the choke and pull your air cleaner off and take a look.
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