Question about 1988 Suzuki Samurai
I have a Sammy that has developed an intermittent loud hissing sound under the hood. When the hissing starts it effects the idle and starts burning rich. I have replaced all of the vacum lines. The hissing is around the Carb. Can anybody tell me what to look for next. The vehicle runs great when going down the road but you can still hear the hissing.
Hi its definatley an air leak if you have replaced the hoses i suggust the next thing you try is see by tighting the carburrettors nuts that hold it to the manifold as these come lose and **** air do the same with the manifold bolts i suspect you will find them loose if not then change the gaskets one at a time with the cheapest first the carburretors then the manifold you may want to go to your car shop and ask for an air leak spray or they may use some other kind of method but basicly you spray it round the carb/manifold and watch to see where the leak is yates210456
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