Where does the block heater cord plug into the engine of a 1997 Suzuki Sidekick Sport 18L?
The best solution is to purchase and install a clamp on block heater which is available through a Suzuki dealer. To my knowledge, you can't install a normal type of block heater (installs in frost plug).
Dave Saskatchewan Canada 96 Suzuki Sidekick Sport
the suzuki dealer sells them and do does rockauto.com but 1.8L parts are very very hard to buy after market. the suz. pn is : 12610-77E10 https://www.trademotion.com/partlocator/index.cfm?action=searchCatalogOEM&siteid=214330 finding a wrecked 1.8L Sport is hard , few about. always buy the 1.6L , vast sea of parts.
On a 1997 Suzuki Sidekick JLX, there are a series of pulleys on the front of the engine. One pulley just above and to the left of the fan has a 14 mm hex headed bolt. This pulley is spring loaded. Just put on a wrench and press down to release the tension enough to get the belt on and off. Be sure to draw a diagram of how the belt is currently running around…
which one there are 4 on a 1.6L andn there are 5 on a 1.8L sport. brakes or clutch. let me guess you have a 1.8L sport and you want a new slave cylinder or to rebuild it. first find a kit for it , good luck with that. and any trip to the suzuki parts counter will net you a new one. imagine that. l PN; 23820-77E00 $58 smakerinnos https://www.trademotion.com/partlocator/index.cfm?action=searchCatalogOEM&siteid=214330
My 1998 KIA sport age is leaking radiator fluid near the fire wall under the hood.How do i fix this problem?
There's no such thing as a 'Suzuki Ninja' 'Ninja' is the trademarked name of a series of Kawasaki's sport bikes, Suzuki's sport bikes trademarked name is 'GSXR' e.g. A Kawasaki ZX-10R would be similar to a Suzuki GSXR-1000, there are a lot of different things on each bike but a lot of Suzuki and Kawasaki parts are interchangeable on various bikes.