Question about 1996 Suzuki GSX-R 750 T
Hello the vacuum chamber is the part with the nipple for the vacuum line when you remove that there is the spring then you have the diaphragm that is on the plastic center remove the old diaphragm take note the is a small pin hole on it careful install the new diaphragm the center aluminum piece with the o-ring faces into the body of the petcock make sure the pin hole aligns with the together, remember pin hole on the plastic center piece there is a pin hole on the diaphragm membrane and a pin hole on the main body of the petcock.
one other thing make sure the surfaces do not have anything on there or your diaphragm will not seal properly any pieces of of the old diaphragm oxidation clean it off with edge of a plastic knife or wooden pop stick don' use a screw driver or metal scraper.
hope this helps.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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