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Old 12-05-2016, 09:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Engine is hard to start, but idles great. It smothers down when I try to accelerate. When it warms up, it does better, but still not right. Changed the coil, spark plugs and ignition wires. Helped some. What am I missing? Put an aftermarket carburetor with a manual choke on it several months ago.
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Compression # please!

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Have not worked on a carb in 12+ years, but, does it have a vacuum advance? and is the hose OK?
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Thanks, will check hose. How can you tell if vacuum advance is not working?
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Thanks, will try to borrow a compression gauge. This is on a 1991 Suzuki Carry with F6A engine. Don't know what compression should be
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As I remember it, the car will not accelerate. When you pull the hose off, something on the distributor will move.
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compression should be between 140-170 PSI all within 10 percent.
Take the cap off the distributor put a hose on the diaphram can and suck on it if the pickup moves its ok, also check the hose for vaccum when you rev the engine...should help cross off a few possibles
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If that dont fix it ...fit a new fuel filter and then start it up let it warm up a bit then remove the intake hose.....then rev it up and place your hand over the intake till it starts to die, do this 2-3 times....your carb could have some crap in it but this trick usually works
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