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Old 05-14-2015, 09:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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recently installed a aftermarket carb on my suzuki carry f6a....It runs great once warm but it takes a while to get running cold.....Does this carb have electronic or manual choke?
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These pictures should have been in previous post....
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My last question is how does the choke work?If I turn the choke flap one side it'll crank up and run fine....but once I give it gas it bogs....but if I flip that choke lever the other way....it has a hard time starting cold but once it heats up it runs fine....my problem is obviously the choke flap....my question is how does it transition from cold start to normal operating temperature ?
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Greetings! WHERE do U live man!
did U get this truck from the scrap yard, or a guy who got it from a guy who used to be an expert???LOL
Their is a forum called Japanese Mini Truck Forum that deals with these trucks in the US. That have extensive parts references.
Where did you get the carb from, ebay?
Do you know what a coolant heater is? It is used to keep motors ready for use in very cold climate.
Advance auto should have them.
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I'm in texas and yes the carb is from eBay
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Manual choke maybe, these seen mostly the same pics you have.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/carb-Carbure...-/321746561615
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