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My 1983 suzuki carry engine wants to fire,if and when it does start and warms up it runs well and starts easily,plugs,points new and set,timing ok.was advised by suzuki to place earth leads from neg battery to body and bell housing to body,have done this, have tried starting with and with out manual choke.without success.ps,i found no listing at choose a model for,suzuki carry.

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May be distributor, I would try that first and then if the problem still persists then I would change fuel pump

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