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Why wont my Daihatsu HiJet idle?

Discussion in 'Daihatsu Hi jet' started by Chickenman914, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. lou

    lou New Member

    I have same symptoms. V check is 1.118 dc... what is voltage source , or control on/off. is the voltage applied to open or close the flow valve .????

    thankyou

    lou
    1997 s110p hijet efgs auto trans....
     
  2. MMS

    MMS New Member

    I have a 92 HiJet that I can't get to idle right after it warms up. Cold, it idles fine, but when it warms up, it will idle really fast, or when I try to adjust it slower, it will idle rough for a short time and then die. Then it won't start. Auto choke is working as it should, all vacuum lines have been replaced,(correctly). Truck used to run fine, but it sat awhile then it got to where it wouldn't start after it got warm, It left me stranded a couple of times and I parked it, now I'm trying to get it going again. Once I get it started, I can keep it running by using the accelerator. Thanks for any help!!
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2021 at 1:59 PM
  3. chris allen

    chris allen Member

    Sounds like dirty carburetor
     
  4. chris allen

    chris allen Member

    For you sounds like dirty carburetor
     
  5. MMS

    MMS New Member

    That's kinda what I figured. I ordered a new one. Just about as cheap as ordering a kit and spending time putting it in. Hope I can figure out how to hook the vac lines up since it won't have an auto choke.
     
  6. Koffer

    Koffer Active Member

    Idle jet might be clogged or the idle solenoid isn’t working anymore
     

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