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Old 11-16-2015, 01:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey, I just bought a 1991 Carry with a F6A carbuetor. It idles too fast. Someone suggested a vacuum hose disconnected. I am totally lost when looking at the maze of hoses. Help!!!! Is it a hose or another adjustment?
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Check out this site suzuki.epcdata.ru/carry. Key in your VIN and browse for the appropriate section.
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Does it have AC? What RPM is it idling at?
When switching ac on, does idle increase or stay the same?
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Just this afternoon, I finally have the to check on the inconsistent idling speed on my carry drop side p/up. I found out that the previous mech disconnected the mechanical linkage of the auto choke to disable it, but they did not think now that the auto choke is always on, meaning the flapper is always blocking the inlet of the carb. So it seems that from the time I bought the unit from the previous owner I am always running with the choke on. That explains the sluggish accel and high FC. I have removed the choke flapper from the carb for the meantime and will find time to remove the auto choke system from the carb. I don't need it anyway in my part of the Philippines.
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