Where is the fuse box 1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara 2.0 D located?
The fuse box is mounted under the dash on the left SIDE above the dead pedal / rest. Black box 2" X 3", pop the cover off and there they are The fuse box is mounted under the dash on the left SIDE above the dead pedal / rest. Black box 2" X 3", pop the cover off and there they are
This link covers several possible methods, depending on which stereo you have. http://www.suzuki-forums.com/1g-1999-2005-vitara-grand-vitara/29577-how-set-clock-standard-radio-vitara.html I have a 2001 "normal-not-Grand" Vitara with a stereo with a single CD player. What worked for me was pressing and holding the up arrow (bottom right corner of stereo unit) to change minutes, down arrow for the hour. The link above implies that whatever stereo came with your Suzuki, it is probably a Clarion, so perhaps their website/customer support might be…
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Where is the oil gauge-dipstick for a 1999 Suzuki Vitara 2litre fuel injected with a conventional engine automatic 2 door soft top?
I have a 1999 vitara and the dipstick is about 3" behind the oil fill cover on the top of the engince. Mine is yellow plastic handle that pulls up with an ruber o-ring seal I have a 1999 vitara and the dipstick is about 3" behind the oil fill cover on the top of the engince. Mine is yellow plastic handle that pulls up with an ruber o-ring seal
Usually the cylinders are numbered from left to right however this is not always the case, if you connect them up wrong the worst that will happen is the car will not start provided you don't keep turning the car over for too long. i would suggest trying it with the order being left to right and if that doesn't work try it right to left. If all else fails a suzuki garage should be…
How do you replace the valve seals in a 1999 Grand Vitara I was told it can be done without removing the heads but not how to do it?
well the valve seals are very difficult to do on the truck because of the fact I haven't seen a tool out there that can remove the valve spring with having the head still on this vehicle and working for suzuki i have had to take every head off but it may depend on what motor your working on 2.0 2.5 2.7
With these cars, it's more than often a problem with the hubs. They get dirty and sticky and don't engage after a few years. Rarely, you may have a problem with the transfer case. There is a tutorial on how to check if it's your hubs or your transfer case. It requires you to be able to jack the front wheels up off of the ground. I hope it helps!
1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara V6 would like to know how you can fix your oil leak it looks to be come from the right side from under the car?
The way to fix an oil leak depends on where it's coming from. That is the first thing you need to find out. Usually it involves replacing some gaskets and/or seals. If the oil is leaking from the pan, the gaskets will need to be replaced, but you have to be really careful not to damage the pan when making this repair.