Question about Suzuki Boating
Totally strip carb and clean properly ! as u take it all apart lay it out in order on work top , even take notes etc ! pictures even ! easy !
Posted on Jun 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the needle valve that the float holds in position is free to move if it is check the float is working OK ie.whole and intact.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
First: with flashlight or mirror look down the carb- with switch off- and gear and throttle wide open and see what the butterfly valve inside there is doing. It should be parallel to the air flow.
If not you need to find the actuator am and be sure it moves with the control and opens all the way.
Next make sure the timing plate under the flywheel moves at the same time the throttle is opened. Then -using timing light- see if the timing is set to the correct "wide Open throttle" - this is a 2 man job done at sunset with good marks on the flywheel (don't wear a tie). This can also be done static by running it out of gas and using the pull cord- if it has no safety interlock.
Last- and the saddest part- is the compression test. The strength of the reading is not as important as the similarity. When I worked on Chryslers, they were bad if the two readings were as little as 8# apart. The minimum reading should be over 80#.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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