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1991 suzuki swift carburetor hoses connected wrongly

Amechanic pulled down my carb and doesnt know how to reconnect the hoses properly. where can i get instructions with pictures?

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SOURCE: missing hose from 1991 suzuki swift,what is it!

This is the warm air intake hose - it was probably a corrugated aluminium pipe about 2" in diameter. It's commonly called the stove pipe. Warm air from around the exhaust manifold is piped to the air filter case and used when the engine is cold to enable the fuel in the carby to atomise better. As the engine warms up, less of this pre-warmed air is needed and the valve in the air cleaner tube gradually closes off. Air then only comes from behind the headlight or the resonator box in the wheel arch. The loss of this hose won't affect warmed-up drivability at all (unless you are in a really cold climate), but performance/economy when cold or during warm-up maybe worse.

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