Where is the fuel filter located on a 1986 Suzuki samurai?
Under the car, bolted to the inside of the right side frame rail, back near (but slightly in front of ) the rear axle.
Can a 1800 16 valve and automatic with overdrive from a SideKick or Tracker be installed in a Suzuki samurai What would be involved in this conversion?
The Sidekick 1.6 Liter 16 Valve conversion is by far the most popular. The 1.8 conversion could be done but they only used that engine for a couple of years. It is not a popular engine. I have the 1.6 conversion is a 1986 Suzuki Samurai. The major components are: Transmission adapter to connect to the Samurai transmission. Engine mounts from Sidekick Oil Pan and Oil Pick-up needs to be cut down unless the Samurai…
If you get the chilton manuel for Suzuki Samurai/Sidekick/Tracker... #66500...1986-98, you can find the diagram on page 4-46. It is labeled as #10 on the diagram of the engine. It looks like it attached to the bottom edge of the fuel injection system. I hope this is of some use. p.s. this is for a 1.6 TFI engine.
i have a 1990 jimmy and it should b the same but follow the fuel tube along the undercarage and u should come to the filter and then all u do is unbolt the clamp and unbolt the filter and in goes the new one.. i have a 1986 S-15 JIMMY and found the fuel filter on the engine block. Located below the power steering pump, on drivers side.