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Old 01-27-2008, 07:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hi All I am new and happy to be here. I recently bought a used Suzuki carry truck with the F6A carburator engine. I can see that quite a few of the vaccum lines are not there and others are loose. Can some boday please send me a photo of the carb showing the location, possition and correct connections of the vaccum lines.
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Hi All I am new and happy to be here. I recently bought a used Suzuki carry truck with the F6A carburator engine. I can see that quite a few of the vaccum lines are not there and others are loose. Can some boday please send me a photo of the carb showing the location, possition and correct connections of the vaccum lines.
i am also looking for a picture of the line if you have one please forward it to me thanks
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I'm also new here, just want to ask anyone here knows where i can buy a compressor(Brand new) for my suzuki carry van type air con unit
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Depends where you are from. If you're from manila i remember i found a place in banawe that sold a brand new one for about nine thousand i think.
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ive used and original suzuki compressor for my truck...try looking for an esteem aircon compressor it fits perfectly
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Hi All I am new and happy to be here. I recently bought a used Suzuki carry truck with the F6A carburator engine. I can see that quite a few of the vaccum lines are not there and others are loose. Can some boday please send me a photo of the carb showing the location, possition and correct connections of the vaccum lines.
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Old 06-26-2008, 12:34 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Nice pics very helpful, however can you please give us a better close up on the hose connected to the choke breaker? (near the accelerator cable) I have a 2nd hand scrum (F6A 660) and all vacuum lines are missing. thanks
by the way what are these vacuum lines for?

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Would you know where to adjust the air mixture for the F6A 660cc carburetor? Thanks in advance. :-)
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Here in Canada not many mechanics have seen this TYPE of engine F6A. If anyone has pictures of the vacuum hose locations, I could really use the help. Thanks
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Assuming it's the Carry as I think the Every is injection, have a shifty here

https://www.suzuki-forums.com/suzuki-...urettor-5.html

Looks a absolute nightmare

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