I use 5w-30 in mine. valvaline. depending on what time of the year it is though (winter or summer) you'll want to use a thicker or thinner oil. sometimes in the summer if the oil is too thin, it triggers the engine oil light to come on. if u use too thick of an oil in the winter, you'll have trouble starting it. if been dealing with this for a couple years now. i bought mine in 07. hope this helps.
Suzuki trans fluid SP4A ( LT 71141 )
Suzuki 4- stroke motorcycle engine oil Sp-4A SAE 10W - 40
The 2005 Suzuki Grand-Vitara has double overhead cam (DOHC).
Grind down a 1/2 inch square socket, works great
Not sure what you mean but Geo's are made by Suzuki and use Suzuki engines.
NGK type plugs are DPR7EA-9.
02 gsxr 750
Please can you provide me with the type of motor oil used in a Suzuki JR50 and how much do you put in the engine
20/50 any brand, but go with the major brands
well i would post the type of code that you have and i could help you ,you could also try your local suzuki dealer
Type your answer here... If the engine is not running after starting; yes, it has stalled.
Use 100% synthetic oil in the exact weight as recommended by the manufacture of the engine.
Depends on the type of engine. Some use chains and others use belts. Chains can be noisy and belts can brake. The Suzuki Ignis uses a special Suzuki 'silent chain'.
The Porsche Boxster had a 2.7 liter Flat-six engine in 2005. It had upgraded to a 3.4 liter engine by 2012. The earliest model of the car was released in the year 1996.
I use LRP type gasoline to my '96 suzuki dr 200se
GL-5 for gear oil and for engine oil use 10W-30
5.7 quarts. 5w30.
It's a Chain Driven J18A Suzuki engine Dohc, there is no interval for replacement of the chain but if it starts to rattle the Chain guides want renewing which are easy to source through either your local motor factors or direct from suzuki. This engine has been identified as an "interference type engine" meaning if the chain snaps you stand a high chance of piston to valve damage.
on my 1985 LT250-EFF quadrunner's engine its printed 10W-40 1600mL which is just under 2 US Quarts.
J102 and J103 were used on the old GSX-R250 motorcycles. 250cc inline 4 motors. J103 is the engine type, 105326 is the actual engine serial.
The type of plug depends on the size of the engine. The plugs are under the chromed covers at the top of the cylinders.
I'm Not sure what the factory recommends but we run 800cc's of 50 weight in our race bike.