Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by Victor Getov, Jul 3, 2020.
Victor what carb do you have the 3+1 or the 3+2 ? And where is the Temp Sensor vale located?
My Zuki model (DA52T) is unique - produced for only one year - 1999-2000. My carb is 2 +2 - also unique.
After reading and reading and ... reading and reading I found that, the vacuum lines ARE ADDITION - NOT NECESSITY !!!
Difficult start with a lot of cranking , spiting back and dyeing while driving are pure signs of overflowing carb !!!
The Temperature Vacuum Valve is located on top of the thermostat. It can be with 2 or 4 ports.
Good job on figuring that out,
do you have a picture of it?
Where did you tie back into the tank at?
I shall post pictures in the next 24 hours.
DON'T DO IT !!!
I am in the third world. I have to make a plan to deal with things my way. Things, which cost you 5 bucks and 5 minutes effort are Mission Impossible for me.
If you STILL decide to follow my steps - before you make permanent changes - make 100% sure it works for you !!!
Simply put a T-piece BEFORE the carb. Run the hose in 2 liter bottle. Test drive.
I had to reduce the new hose from 8 to 4.2 mm - I was getting fuel shortage above 80 km/h.
If it works - spend $5 for Fuel Pressure Regulator and set it on 2 - 2.5 PSI.
There is a 10 mm hose between the front of the tank and the tank inlet. I put another T-piece on it and joined the new "return" hose there.
The Beast .......
Nice looking unit Victor , won’t see anything that new for another 4 years here in the states ( unless I want a off-road only unit )
I just install the lights on top. Two in the middle for "bush" trips (here 99.9% of the roads are gravel or sand), and two on the side - for open roads.
As I understand - you have import restrictions in USA - 25 years or older. At least you have everything you need in the shops.
I wonder way Kim does not provide FULL information about her truck ? Without it nobody can help her.
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