Question about Suzuki Esteem
Too much fuel in the fuel-air mixture is referred to as too rich, and not enough fuel is too lean. The mixture is normally adjusted by one or more needle valves on an automotive carburetor.
You need to consult a skilled automobile repair person to check the fuel intake to the left cylinder bank.
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