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Offline WaffleHouse

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Photos, diagrams of PAIR and charcoal cannister hose placement.
« on: September 27, 2019, 01:06:34 AM »
Back when I first checked the valve clearances, I had a stripped bolt (previous owner?) on the charcoal canister mount....so I just removed it all.

That proved to have bad results--lots of gas smell lots of the time--so I want to put it back. But it is not obvious.  I looked online for diagrams, but failed. The online service and user manuals are not for the models with charcoal canisters.

So if anybody crossed this bridge in the past and took some useful photos or  notes, I would be deeply in your debt if I were to see them.

Thank you.

Offline Kantara

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Re: Photos, diagrams of PAIR and charcoal cannister hose placement.
« Reply #1 on: September 27, 2019, 09:44:16 AM »

  Good morning WaffleHouse,

   Have you tried contacting your nearest Suzuki Agent?  I am sure they would have a copy of the manual appertaining to your model and would help.

   Best of luck. :028:





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Re: Photos, diagrams of PAIR and charcoal cannister hose placement.
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2019, 10:22:26 AM »


   Hi WaffleHouse,

   Puzzled by this charcoal cannister, because I didn't have one fitted on my Inazuma, I put this into Google:-Where is the Charcoal Cannister fitted to the Suzuki Inazuma, and came up with this:-www.gizzer.com   which I think you should try.

It seems that your bike is a (CA BIKE) and this bit of kit is fitted to the CA Bikes because of emission control by law.  Give it a go, you may find something useful.

Good Luck. :028:
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Re: Photos, diagrams of PAIR and charcoal cannister hose placement.
« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2019, 10:25:16 AM »



   Hey tookadum and Robell any ideas?  This boy WaffleHouse needs help.   :440:
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Offline Robell

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Re: Photos, diagrams of PAIR and charcoal cannister hose placement.
« Reply #4 on: September 27, 2019, 05:22:01 PM »
Uk bikes have PAIR (Pulsed Secondary Air Injection) but I think the charcoal canister is California only.

I can't see any pics in the official workshop manual
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Offline WaffleHouse

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Re: Photos, diagrams of PAIR and charcoal cannister hose placement.
« Reply #5 on: September 27, 2019, 05:45:16 PM »
Thanks, all.
Yes, generally US Suzuki manuals have routing diagrams for the California charcoal canister but I wanted to avoid buying one for just this purpose, because I already have Inazuma service & user electronic manuals, and I'm cheap.
I have been looking at diagrams for other Suzuki models, and the parts diagrams for the GW250 are helping a bit. I will probably be able to piece it together using some deep thinking.  :)
Again, thanks to all.

Offline WaffleHouse

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Re: Photos, diagrams of PAIR and charcoal cannister hose placement.
« Reply #6 on: September 28, 2019, 02:57:43 AM »
A bit of an update.
 
First off, I hope I did not confuse anybody besides myself when I kind of said evap emissions system and PAIR.  I have awoken. They are totally unrelated, share no parts.

And I have put everything back together and started the bike, but since I had drank beer for a couple of hours, I decided it was not a good time to do a test ride.  If/when that ride is successful, I will likely post some photos to make it all easier for somebody (in California, I guess?).

Thanks again.

 


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