04 suzuki vitara camshaft senor how to replace it?
Remove lower fan belt pulley wheel then undo all bolts around perimeter of black plastic case behind it, This exposes the timing belt. You will need to replace the idler wheel at the same time. Be sure to lock the two pulley wheels together BEFORE removing the old belt. Undo the bolt in the cam centre of the idler wheel and replace the wheel. Replace the belt and assemble in reverse order. A couple of poits to watch are that the lower fan belt pulley wheel can be an absolute pig to remove so its best to remove the radiator first, To do this just remove all the hoses from the rad and at the top of the rad there are two 10mm bolts. Undo them and the rad just lifts out vertically. I know this is extra work but it only takes 10 to 15 minutes and it will save the risk of puncturing the radiator.If anyone has any good tips on how to remove that bolt on the lower fan belt pulley (thats the one on the end of the crankshaft) PLEASE would you let me know as I have just broken 2 good ratchet handles trying to do just that. Hope all the foregoing helps you my friend but if you need further help by all means contact me through these pages. Good luck .Paul.
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The Suzuki Grand Vitaras 1999-2002 have a major design fault, more specially the J20 class engine. The timing belt tensioners will fail eventually.. usually out of your warant…y period. The oil lubrication holes on these tensioners are not big enough and will block, even if you change the oil every 3000 miles. The tensioner will develop a rattle, and eventually fail. The Suzuki engine is a interference engine, meaning the valves on the engine 'interfere' or move where the pistons in the engine move. If the timing chain fails, the piston will hit the valves, causing major engine damage. Suzuki say you should never have to replace the timing chain system. This is wrong. Having talked to Suzuki, they have had these tensioners fail anywhere from 60000 km to 130,000 km. You will be up for a $2500 NZD job to replace the chain system and fix a problem that is a Suzuki design fault. Suzuki knows about this problem as there is a service bulletin on this problem. However there is no recall or support outside the warranty period.
Answer . \n...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the local library should have a professional shop manual available, to make copies of, in the Reference …section...good luck:)
You will need to remove the tire and wheel from your 1997 Suzuki.Remove the axle end. Remove the wheel bearing nut. Remove the wheelbearing and the wheel seal. Reverse the pro…cess to install the newwheel bearing.
Remove the grill, unscrew the headlamp housing and pull out theheadlamps using a screwdriver before the pushing in the clipholding the bulbs to the cables. Locate the bulb tha…t needsreplacement, twist the backside of the connector, pull out thespoilt bulb and install a new one before re-assembling the wholebulb set-up back to its original position.
You should first take a look at the manual to see if that willhelp. If you are still having troubles, contact the manufacturer.
Remove glove box by squeezing the sides when open then slide off side hinge. Remove white door by squeezing clips then slide out filter.
This is the first time for me to work on a Suzuki and I can't seem to get the head off to replace the gasket or to see if the head is cracked is there a trick to removing the …head on a 2001 Suzuki esteem 1.8 with dual overhead cam
I am a mechanic here is a step by step guide in how to replace a clutch on a v6 vitara hope this helps 1 disconnect battery 2 remove centre console and gear sticks 3 ra…ise vechicle 4 unbolt intermediate shaft 5 remove exhaust 6 unbolt tailshaft 7 support gear box and remove crossmember 8 unplug wiring harness and breather hoses 9 unbolt bell housing and remove gearbox from engine 10 unbolt pressure plate and have flywheel machined or replaced 11 replace pilot bearing and check to see if the rear main seal is leaking if it is replace the seal 12 reinstall all components in reverse That is the complete guide good luck
to replace dome light in suzuki grand vitara
Make sure you have the proper tools: 6"-8" Extension Nut driver/screwdriver (to remove coil packs) Spark plug socket with retainer (rubber washer) NGK spark plugs (bosch p…latnium plugs not recommended) Do them one at a time to ensure the plugs are replaced accordingly Spark plug gapper (ensure the plugs are gapped properly .044) DENCO come pre gapped; do not scrap needle point plugs (ruins electrode)
dont need it booboo If you don't need it why would the manufacture spend thousands of dollars developing and installing it. Answer- The camshaft and crankshaft sensors take …the place of the ignition distributor, it tells the engine controller when to send a signal to the ignition coils that fire the spark plugs. No camshaft signal no start.
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depressurize fuel system. loosen gas cap. drop shield pull hoses drop tank pull pump rack replace pump reverse above
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2000 Suzuki Grand Vitara bulb replacement: Purchase the correct replacement bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below for replacemen…t bulb information. Then consult your owner's manual for the replacement procedure. The owner's manual is the best place to start for bulb replacement. You may want to consider replacing both left and right at the same time in order to keep brightness and color equal (optional).
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2004 Suzuki Vitara headlight bulb replacement: Purchase the correct replacement headlight bulb(s) first, before disassembling the vehicle. See sources and related links below …for replacement bulb information. Then consult your owner's manual for the headlight bulb replacement procedure. As simple as it sounds, the owner's manual is the best place to start for bulb replacement instructions and illustrations. You may want to consider replacing both left and right at the same time in order to keep brightness and color equal (optional).
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You have to remove the grill in order to replace any of the bulbs in the headlight housing. Please refer to the answer to "removing the grill". After removing the grill, the…re are three bolts ( you can use a phillips head screw driver on them) to remove before you can pull the headlamp housing out. One sits on top and two in both bottom corners of the housing. Once those are removed, you have to pull the headlamp straight out. You may need to use a screwdriver to help pull it away. If it's the drivers side, use the screwdriver on the right (over parking light) side. If it's the passenger side housing, use the screwdriver on the left side (over the parking light). You just want to insert the screwdriver two or three inches and pull up on it slightly. Just to coax it away from the frame. After removing it from the car, it ill still be attached by the cables running to the lights in the housing. There is a clip you can push in and pull out the connector, allowing you to completely remove the housing now. Now just locate the bulb that needs replacing and twist the backside of the connector to pull the bulb out. My suggestion is to replace ALL bulbs at one time. The hassle of getting the headlight housing out, by removing the grill makes it worth the expense of all new bulbs and hopefully you won't have to replace another bulb for a very long time.
It really depends what you want to do to the camshaft