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Carbuerator flooding

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by jerry ellett, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. jerry ellett

    jerry ellett New Member

    The carbuerator is flooding on my mini truck. Does anyone know who works on these in the Grenada, MS area ? It also looks like I will soon needs some brake pads.

    :) Thanks !!
  2. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    As I said in another post, I have translated carb adjustment pages I can Email..let me know.

  3. smoothstroke

    smoothstroke Member

    I would like a copy

    I would llike a copy of those, I have a 97 Suzuki. Thanks Terry

  4. JSRInc

    JSRInc New Member

    I would also like a copy of the carb adjustment pages for '92-'94 Suzuki carry. Customer has a '92, called said it was missing and no power, when he pulled into the shop you could smell how rich it was running. We changed plugs and oil and ran like a top. Two days later back to the same thing. Thanks. jsrollins@brtc.net
  5. matt419

    matt419 New Member

    Carb Specs

    Could you email those to me for an '89 Daihatsu. Thanks. I also need O rings for both of the solenoids in the carb. Anyone have these Orings?
  6. mgheques

    mgheques New Member

    Don - mine is doing the same thing. Smells rich and then floods out. Could you e-mail me a copy of the carb adjustments. greene.tim@aidb.state.al.us

    Thanks - Tim
  7. jay woods

    jay woods Member

    could someone please post them here when they get them if don does not mind.
  8. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

    They are in my photo album.. just search for my name "Don-in-Japan" in the photo galleries, and right click to download. 6 sheets of carb info.
  9. JR Moring

    JR Moring New Member

    Don, I have a '95 suzuki having same carb issues could I get a copy of carb adjustment specs? Thanks
  10. getinold

    getinold New Member

    just thought i might mention something we ran across on the suzuki trucks. we found that the choke was not turning off soon enough and the engine at idle was very rich and soon fowled the sparkplugs so bad with black soot that the truck either wouldnt start or was very difficult to start.
    to solve the problem we cleaned the coolant inlet and outlet nipples on the choke assy.
    we removed the two coolant hoses and used a drill bit to clean out the nipples and flushed them with water and reinstalled the hoses and it fixed the problem.
    hope this helps.
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  11. JFoshee

    JFoshee New Member

    Minitruck repair

    I saw an old post tonight where you were looking for someone to work on your truck. I live just south of Oxford, MS. I take on an occasional truck to work on here and there. You've probably got your carb problem fixed by now, but if you need some help e mail me.
    Last edited: Jan 27, 2011
  12. Greg n TN

    Greg n TN New Member

    I would appreciate a copy too.
  13. uacen

    uacen New Member

    IMG_5139.JPG Attached is a picture of my f5a carburator. Pls help me identify where is the idle speed screw and the mixture screw.
  14. Kmb333

    Kmb333 New Member

  15. petteeta

    petteeta New Member

  16. junklyde

    junklyde New Member

  17. ariesm

    ariesm New Member

  18. Don-in-Japan

    Don-in-Japan Member

  19. jasondyck

    jasondyck New Member

    I sure could use a copy of that....I have a 1993 Suzuki carry...carb needs adjusting.. my email is extremeoutdoorguide@gmail.com Thanks DON IN JAPAN
  20. Propane

    Propane New Member

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