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Old 08-19-2008, 09:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Question F5A Carb/Choke Setting

I work for a company in Southeast Kansas, we're the largest commercial roofing company within several hundred miles, the only sanitation company (porta johns, storage containers, etc), and we own a good deal of commercial and rental property.

Approxiametely 9 months ago we decided to embark down the mini truck road. The owner and myself had both enjoyed the Suzuki Carry and Every while visiting the Phillipines. The owners wife is of that region and her uncle works for "Rossrica", a company that reconditions Suzuki Trucks.

We've been through a number of shipments now, each one with it's own variety of problems. We have an on-site shop employing 2 mechanics. We also have a large inventory of Carry parts...from points to wheel cylinders, to complete engine assemblies.

The trucks have all been painted, had the interior refurbished, a 3" lift kit, new tires/wheels, etc. The drivetrain however has not been touched, if they don't think it's broken they don't touch it. We've run the gamut on timing, fuel conditions, brakes, front ends, trannys, etc.

We do however have an outstanding issue. We're having trouble "dialing" in the carbs on most of the F5A trucks. We may adjust it one day only to find it won't start the next day without holding the accelerator to the floor. Does anyone have a good idea of where the carb should be? Should the choke be fully closed at cold? Any comments on carb adjustments would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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just want to know, do you sell parts?
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Yes, we keep a pretty thorough stock of parts...from alloy wheels, tires, complete gasket sets, wheel cylinders, brake parts, carb rebuild kits, just about everything.
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Yes, we keep a pretty thorough stock of parts...from alloy wheels, tires, complete gasket sets, wheel cylinders, brake parts, carb rebuild kits, just about everything.
What is the address of shop and your tel. #
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We're in Kansas - 1035 N. Hwy 69, Frontenac, KS 66763

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Hey Did You Get The Carb Fixed/ I Here In The Philippines And Just Bought One , I Haven't Worked On Cars In 30yrs But Having A Blast With My Multi Cab P/u, As They Call It Here. I'm In Butuan City. And Can't Seem To Find The Right Senor For The Carb Here Only After Market And They Don't Work On My 2000 F5a If You Have Any Helpful Thought That Would Be Great
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