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Old 01-29-2009, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hi i was wonderin if anyone could help?! i have a suzuki sj410 and it has a HUGE problem, you have to have at least 2000 revs at ALL times or it will just stall/cut out? Please if you know of anythin that would be great?! thanks!!!! it also GUZZLES petrol like nothing youve ever seen before!!!! and when moving off you have to release the clutch slowly keeping revs at 2 - 2 1/2 or it will just slowly(ish) drop revs and cut out!!!!! please help becuase it is difficult to stop having to use all pedals (or alternatively use the choke)

it also COULD be running on three cylinders? there is also sort of oil EXPLOSION up the inside of the bonnet if that narrows it down?

WOOOOOOOO i fixed it, and this is gunna sound PATHETIC but the whole thing was becuz it didnt have any oil :\ how stupid.

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Old 01-29-2009, 04:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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A few little extra details about it just incase this helps?? it is a G reg Suzuki Santana Sj410 samurai!! i think, its a convertable and i think has under 1000cc engine? pleaseee help solve this!!! becuase its such a shame to see it just rotting away!
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i have had a 82 sj410 and when i got it it was running kinda like what your explaning. and what had happin to mine was it skipped a tooth on the timing belt witch made it just run horribly. check your timing. it also could be your float is stuck those side draft carbs were kinda finickey.
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Thanks will do! Please though if anyone has any other ideas it might be please help out!
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Anyone got any other ideas???? !!! Gave it a go today, turned over and wouldnt start. Charged battery all night, but still it has other bigger problems such as the above!
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does the carby have a fuel solinoid or idle solinoid that might be playing up. try taking out fuel mixture screw and blowing out hole with compressed air. sounds like idle jet is blocked and you have to run on the main jet all the time. hope this helps let us know how you get on.
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those carbs dont have fuel solinoids on them like the samurai ones do. but that is a good idea on the idle mix screw.
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thanks both of you!!! but i have no car knowledge really, where will i find this idle mix screw?????? thanks
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does the carby have a fuel solinoid or idle solinoid that might be playing up. try taking out fuel mixture screw and blowing out hole with compressed air. sounds like idle jet is blocked and you have to run on the main jet all the time. hope this helps let us know how you get on.
where is the idle mixture screw located???

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Anyone??? Anyone know where the fuel mixture or idle mixture screw is??? LOL????
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