I was just wondering if anybody can help me out with a couple questions regarding my old 1977 Toyota Hi Lux. It’s not a big problem but it is starting to get colder now and up until now when I start it it turns over on a dime. Since the temperatures have gotten to around -10 C in the morning it has a little more trouble. So I will do my best to explain what happens but I am not to car savy so I may not have all the terminology correct. When I turn the key and the vehicle will crank but not start. Once it does start though it starts really well. After that it will sound really “chuggy”, be billowing out white smoke from the tail pipe and the time between chugs will get longer and longer until it eventually shuts off. If I keep my foot on the gas it will stay going and if I warm it up enough with my foot on the gas it will stay going but I can just start it in the morning to warm it up and walk away or else it will be off when I come back.
Any ideas? I tried to attach a video of the start up but it was too large and tried to attach a video of the sounds it was making but I dont think it is going to work.
Thanks In Advance!