Suzuki Samurai

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The Suzuki Samurai was a rebadged second-generation variant of the Suzuki Jimny manufactured from 1981 to 1998. The car was available as a two-door sport utility vehicle or two-door convertible. It featured a front engine and rear/four-wheel drive.
Yes, but you need a two wheel car trailer.
assuming it's already pulled, you basically mark everything first. you need to know how many turns the adjusters on the sides have been turned, which side the caps are on so everything goes back together exactly the way it came apart. samurai diffs are about as easy as it gets. just make sure you...
No you don't have to do a body lift to get 2 inches of lift. You can use shackles or springs or a combination of the both. If you use either take it down and have your camber checked and use spring shims to correct any differences. First thou I recommend you check your wheel bearings and king pin...
Try downshifting. Down shifting will help but the reason it helps is because the Samurai is a low power engine. Brand new from the factory my '86 1.3 liter is 66 horsepower. . That is less that some motorcycles and maybe even a few golf carts... Ha! Seriously is is a lot of metal powered by a small...
\nyou would also need to replace both intake and exhaust manifolds.\n. \nalso, does the new head have a provision to power a mechanical fuel pump? The 2 valve per cylinder head has a shaft driven off the back of the camshaft to power a mechanical fuel pump. I know later samurais used fuel...
I know you've replaced the battery and starter and that is usually the problem when it clicks. Have you replaced the battery/starter cables? Still sounds like a bad connection.. Although it is a bad connection the question is where?. The circuit that is failing is the circuit that pulls in the...
You need to get the carb vent tube and install it. Just do a web search for samurai carb vent tube fix. It's right from Suzuki. Also take off the distributor cap and use a vacuum tester (squeeze kind) on the vacuum line going to the distributor. Look inside the bottom of the distributor as you work...
Did you also completely drain the gas tank and carb? Or if it's fuel injected at least pour a couple pints of 90% isopropal alcohol in the tank and bleed the fuel rail a few times. Injectors cannot inject water. The alcohol will absorb the water and then it can pass thru the injectors. I'm assuming...
Yes you could put 33" tires on, you will have some clearance issues and gearing problems though. Take care of that and you could put on whatever size you want. You may also want to beef up your stock transfercase mounts or buy bigger badder ones..............
87 trans will fit 88 but not to sure about 88 1/2 and later models
Here is the sizes and dimensions along with specifications for the Suzuki Samurai. Samurai 1986 to 1995 sold in 2-door soft and hardtop models. Available in JX, JL, and JA trim packages. Equipped with a 1.3 8-valve I-4 engine. The Samurai was the first Suzuki truck official sold in the...
Passenger side, rear of the engine
the samurai has a solid axle which allows for more droop vs the sidekick with IFS.
There is a switch close to the steering column that turns it off.
I'd use 10w-30 year round most of the time, sometimes 10w-40 in the summer (100+ not unusual where I live) months. Tried either 5w20 or 5w30 on one of my Samurai's one winter (winter temps around freezing but I'd also go winter camping down to around 0F)...bad idea, I got to replace the rod and...
1987 Suzuki Truck Samurai 1.3L 2BL SOHC 4cyl . The Spark Plug Gap . .032 (In thousandths of an inch).
The most cost effective way is to swap a bigger engine in. For slightly more power, put on a header, high flow cat, and a 2" exhaust. If you don't have smog, you can swap a Harley-Davidson Carburetor using a MySide adaptor to get a noticeable power boost. GSXR carbs can be installed for even more...
if you mean a white coil that is on the (+) coil from battery (soory if i make mistakes my English are not so good) i have replace it (it works as fuse and cut when the (+) cable from alternator meet the chassis) with a 80Amps fuse
yes it shares the same 2.0l as the Vitara
they come off with the spring to the knuckle not the brg. opposite of most cars
Replace your steering damper. NAPA offers a good deal on the stock type. Can be nothing more than a tire out of balance or a bent wheel. Have your tires balanced, rotated, and inspected for damage.
if it is more of a slapping rattle like metal to metal for every revolution of the motor check your crank pulley... my Zuk was making a similar noise... ended up being the 4 bolts holding the pulley on and sheared them right out of my crank sprocket... it sounds rediculous but trust me its worth...
you need to buy a manuel and look in the front cover explains it in there you need to buy a manuel and look in the front cover explains it in there spark plug gap on 86,87 suzuki samurai is 0.027-0.031 in
No, you need a tow bar receiver installed. It will mount to the frame.
Answer . Well the only size you can run are 235/75 on a 15 in stock rim I have BFGoodrich A/T KO had to trim the bumper bracket only because it got hit in the front but the other front doesn't rub...if you want 30's you'd have to cut of the ends to the bumber bracket behind the bumber but then you...
i have a 92, i can get mine up to 75mph on the interstate, i have p205/75/15 tires, but its pretty much gas pedal all the way to the floor.
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if you can see the drain bolt on the bottom of trans, the check or add bolt is vertical about 3 inches up on the right side of the trans housing
This should be really simple, if you've already removed all of the bolts which hold the shifter in including the one behind the shifter hole in the trans, the shifter should slide right down into the transmission (provided the transmission was in neutral when you pulled the shifter)
Valve Lash for a 1300 engine is: . Cold Engine: . Intake Valve: .013 - .017mm or .005 - .007 in . Exhaust Valve: .016 - .020mm or .006 - .008 in . Hot Engine: . Intake Valve: .022 - .027mm or .009 - .011 in . Exhaust Valve: .026 - .030mm or .010 - .012 in
I've had this happen a few times when I warning flash other drivers of road hazards ahead, the immediate cure is to knock firmly on a largish blackbox near the carbi. I believe it to be a relay that probably has a small arc when activated that can temporarily weld the contacts together, the knock...
they have a cable clutch not hydraulic
Yes. There is a fuel injected engine and a carbed engine.
OH YEAH!!!! i have a 1986 sammie blew up the 1.3 and bought a 1994 sidekick. Check out this swap!!!! we took the motor 5 speed tranny and transfer case from the 94 married a sammie t-case to it and put it in my sammie! it has so much power!!! you have to get the wiring harness out of the sidekick to...
1-3-4-2 is the firing order on the distributor. On the 8V 1.3L engine: #1 is by the radiator and goes in sequence to #4 by the firewall. On the distributor #1 is on the driver side and the rotor turns clockwise.