raybob

2000 Suzuki 550 Quadmaster - Carb Vacuum Lines

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My question is on the carb on my 2000 quad master there is two vacuum lines.,, if I am stetting on 4 wheeler one is on the right it has vacuum I can put my finger over it i can feel vacuum ,,one is on the left of the carb is now hooked to the fuel cock valve. thanks Raybob

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