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Old 04-18-2008, 10:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy vacume hoses on asian carby

Hi everyone, I recently bought a suzuki sierra jx 1990, it has been playing up so I rebuilt the carby and stupid me didnt label the vacumme hoses, as i thought i would remember where they went. Now i cant get the damn thing to idle properly,. this is because I have the hoses in the wrong place.
the carburettor is an asian and i think that is standard.
What I need is instructions or some photos with all the vacumme hoses attached. Please help someone I want to go and do some driving.
I have downloaded the manual but cant make complete sense of it all, and the black and white pictures are hard to dicipher.
It would mean a great deal to me if someone could take i quick few snapshots of the carby without the air filter attached.
I have tried many different combos and either revs to high or chokes when i accelerate or just stops completely.
I have replaced all hoses with new ones to eliminate any vacumme leaks.
I have looked at all the posts on this site before posting.

Last edited by singleton; 04-19-2008 at 06:34 AM.
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