The carburetor on the Suzuki Samurai is located on the top of the engine between the engine and air intake hose. Two metal clamps secure the carburetor to the engine and air intake. On the side of the carburetor, a thin metal rod connects to the throttle that opens and closes the carburetor. To open the engine block and work on the engine, you must remove the carburetor and a few other components.
Tools Used: Tools, Newspaper, Flat-head screwdriver
Remove a Carburetor
Park the Suzuki Samurai outside. Place newspaper under the engine to catch the gas that is going to come out of the carburetor. Loosen the screws that secure the carburetor to the air intake and the engine using the screwdriver. Pull the hoses off the carburetor slowly. Gas is going to leak all over the engine and onto the newspaper. Pull the hook on the end of the metal rod on the top of the carburetor from the ring connected to the carburetor. Pull the carburetor off the engine and out of the engine compartment.