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need help identifying & fixing.

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by RedneckArchery, Dec 1, 2015.

  1. RedneckArchery

    RedneckArchery New Member

    92 Suzuki carry. what are these & what hooks to the bottom of each. one is under the bed against the cab & the other is under the bed seen through the access hole. Thanks. mini 002.JPG mini 005.JPG
  2. fmartin_gila

    fmartin_gila Active Member

    Go to suzuki.epcdata.ru/carry/ type in your vin in the box and you can explore and find what is. It is a Russian language site but some English and easy to get around in to find stuff.

  3. Jim Nelson

    Jim Nelson Active Member

    The first one is a charcoal fumes filter from the gas tank vent and nothing goes to the bottom. The second is a vacuum flow control unit and nothing goes to the bottom.
  4. RedneckArchery

    RedneckArchery New Member

    Thank you sir.
  5. RedneckArchery

    RedneckArchery New Member

    I'm sure it would help if the bottoms were not plugged with mud wouldn't it ? lol. I'm a new mini owner & looks like I'm gonna be broke in right. This mini has had tons of maintenance done to it (NOT). The only thing that don't need fixed is the steering wheel. lol. Thanks again for your help & input.
  6. Jim Nelson

    Jim Nelson Active Member

    You'll probably be smart to figure on replacing all the vacuum lines right off the bat. I use silicone line,3mm, cause it stretches to fit the different size nipples and seals tight.I posted a site in Tips and Tricks forum for a source I think it is Boost controller.com or something like that.
  7. Psycho Mike

    Psycho Mike Member

    Yup, if the truck hasn't had them done in a while, vac lines, possibly plug wires, rotor, distributor cap and air filter are some good starting maintenance runs.
  8. RedneckArchery

    RedneckArchery New Member

    I have already started on that part. Just waiting on the rest of it to come. I changed plugs , wires & rotor cap & button. Thanks again for all your helps.

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