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Searched to no avail. High idle issue.

Discussion in 'Suzuki Carry' started by carrymei, Nov 11, 2018.

  1. carrymei

    carrymei New Member

    Purchased a 93 4wd Carry at a very low price.
    Engine was pulled, rebuilt and a new 3+1 carb was installed.
    I redid as many as the vacuum lines as I could figure out with this 3+1 carb thinking it could solve the issue.
    Coolant flush, refilled at 30 degrees angle with the bleeder open, etc.

    The short of it is, the truck starts up zero issues.
    Its been below 45 degrees F every time I've had it running.

    After 5 to ten minutes at idle, or under 5 minutes driving around slowly in the yard the base idle, if you will, starts to ramp up.

    It'll creep up until it basically full blown revving as if your foot in on the floor.

    If you sharply blip the throttle it'll slow down and die within seconds unless you catch it with more throttle before it sputters out. Which it will then rev back to the moon.

    Shutting it off to cool down is the only solution I've been able to find.

    Lastly, I've looked up all the information I could and most if not all info is for 2+3 or 3+2 carbs, not the 3+1 like this one. The common carb shown in many articles online is different from the one I have and I am wondering with the part in the square box is/is for if anymore one knows. Picture here

    Thank you.
  2. carrymei

    carrymei New Member

    Mid week bump.
  3. WendyM

    WendyM New Member

    There is a guy named Don , who works for Yokohama (sp) i think...maybe pm him and he can probably help...or another one is Spanner. Good luck!
  4. carrymei

    carrymei New Member

    Thank you for the tip :)

  5. WendyM

    WendyM New Member

    From main menu...choose Suzuki Carry, look for thread "Desperately need tuning help" go to page 3 (line 50- see faded numbers on right in front of word "like")...Pic looks like your carb. Then to page 4 Line 76, see pics and small diagrams...read down through line 75. This may help you...

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