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Carry specific parts reference/tech info

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry References' started by carry92, Sep 6, 2008.

  1. H Privetts

    H Privetts Member

    That’s a very good price, did good friend
     
  2. land lord

    land lord New Member

    i use E3-36 plugs buy them at oreillys
     
  3. 13-ball

    13-ball Member

    Seals for the front differential side shafts. The seal you see after removing the CV axle (and dribbling lube all over the driveway).

    Pic shows National brand on left, MasterPro brand on right and stock seal from '99 DB52T in the middle.

    P/N 223542 should bring up an acceptable seal at any parts chain store. I think these are the same seals for a DD51T also. Not sure, someone please correct me if that's wrong.

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  4. Latka

    Latka Member Supporting Member

    The engine is the F6A? I have a 96 Carry Dump Truck. I'm trying to find the power / torque / redline for that little engine please?
     
  5. MilitaryCoo

    MilitaryCoo New Member

    Was looking around for references for LED conversion for my '96 Carry and couldn't find anything, but sourced everything I needed, so here it is. Full disclosure I do work for Amazon but don't get any discount or kickback from these links. Just providing what I used, anything in the same format will work.

    Headlights: H4 ( I used https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07TQLK6SH )

    Brake lights: 1157 base ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BJVMR9XX )

    Front/rear large blinkers: 1156 base ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0932WS36H )

    Front corner blinkers: T3-1/4 wedge base: ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0B4DDDG1Z ) -- can save a few bucks by using the white ones below, but I prefer the richer colour of amber-behind-amber

    Reverse light: T3-1/4 wedge base ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0B4DCPMFC ) Brake lights: 1157 base ( https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BJVMR9XX )

    You'll get hyperflash with the standard flasher relay, and this was the hardest part to find. Online sources will tell you to throw some 50W resistors in-line but then you have to deal with heat dissipation, soldering, and extra connections that can go bad. This unit ( https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/...-amp-3-terminal-turn-signal-flasher/nov0/ep34 ), part number EP34 from O'Reilly works perfectly and fits the undersized relay socket under the dash. I tried half a dozen different relays before landing on this one.
     
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  6. t_g_farrell

    t_g_farrell Active Member

    Nice find on the relay. The one I have wouldn't fit so I just did some jumpers and mounted velcroed it to the side of the socket. So it just plugs in no issues?
     
  7. MilitaryCoo

    MilitaryCoo New Member

    Yup, went straight in without a fight
     
  8. Okiefirefighter

    Okiefirefighter New Member

    Jefro,
    I know this thread is old. Does Rock auto have the 2 line wheels cylinders?
     
  9. t_g_farrell

    t_g_farrell Active Member

    I suspect Jefro is not on anymore., last time jan 2011. There isn't even a supercarry model open rockauto that I could find either. I think the answer is no, and you would just have to split the lines and use the Mazda 89 323 cylinders as mentioned in a recent thread.
     

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