The carburettor regulates how much air and fuel goes in to the engine. If you fail to keep a well-maintained carburettor in your Suzuki SJ410 then you will find the engine will become less responsive and run out of sync a lot more. Cleaning a SJ410 carburettor takes a lot of physical force, as you need to remove it first. You should only really attempt this process if you have previous knowledge of cars. If not, then it is best to take your Suzuki to a mechanic.
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Things you need
- Cleaning solvent
- Allen wrench
- Rubber gloves
- Compressed air
Remove all five wires that are going into the SJ410 carburettor. These wires are for the throttle, PCV hose, cold choke tube, vacuum and the gas line. The throttle wire can be found near the bottom left of the SJ410 carburettor. Unscrew the four bolts on the bottom of the SJ410 carburettor with the Allen wrench to remove it from the Suzuki.
Remove any plastic on the SJ810 carburettor. Soak the carburettor in a strong cleaning solvent and leave to soak overnight.
Wipe off the solvent with a rag while wearing rubber gloves. A strong cleaning solvent can be dangerous to sensitive skin. Spray a can of compressed air in to each hole of the SJ410 to clear out any particles of dirt left in the carburettor.
Reattach all the bolts and each wire into the carburettor. You should now have a healthy running and clean SJ410 carburettor.
Tips and warnings
- The carburettor of a SJ410 is very heavy, so make sure not to strain your back. Ask someone for help if you need it.
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