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Vacum diagrahm trying to get my 86 samuri with new carb to pass smog test, need carb vacuum diagrahm.

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Lean fuel mixture

which engine? lots of engines on 86, lots swapped too.
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then the Fuel system. carb or EFI.?

lean fuel mix can be caused by.
well gee what engine, and is it EFI, nah , not in 86 its a carb.
if a carb you really need to say so as many a mech never seen one.
today. gone now for 27 years. 87 to present.

i cut teeth on carbs. in 60s
a love/ hate thing,,, today i have fancy tools, that mean them easy.
my comments are USA only , as export jeeps are vastly diffr.
I had a 88 (2 of them same time) then a 99, then a 2002 then 2008
1/2 million miles on them or more.

vacuum lines are easy, replace em or inspect test them.
if they look cracked they are roll them between fingers.
or use a hand vacuum tool attached and do a leak down test on all .
or pinch them running to see if RPM changes radically.

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  2. jets clogged or partially.
  3. flow level set too low.
  4. float valve sticking closed. gummy. see #1
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