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Where is the engine oil dipstick on a 2004 suzuki grand vitara 2.5 need a pic someone lost it and you are trying to replace it?
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The dipstick if you are looking at the engine is on the left side of the valve cover approximately halfway form the front and back. It is located where the cover meets the engine block. The yellow plastic grab loop may be broken off, making it hard to identify the dipstick. That was exactly where it was on my 1997 Sidekick and it also had been broken off making it difficult to find. It looked like it was a place to connect for a thermostat or something but no it was the dipstick.
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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 waranty 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.