Question about 1999 Suzuki Vitara
My problem is that when got the car it ran v v lumpy thought was a miss fire changed all ht leads etc and tracked it down to some sort of disc breather diapham at the back of the rocker cover i removed this and seemed to run fine so i got a new one which was over £100 from a dealer connected all three pipes back on and the car ran lumpy again so i left one pipe off and again the car ran ok so three months later after hours of work with the club etc i am still non the wiser and still running the car with one of the three pipes disconnected please can any one help thanks Eddie
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: removing the clutch
I have done this work and its not that hard. You really need access to a garage lift so you can work under the vechile. You can then remove the gearbox after the exhaust. Remove the shift levers and boots but didn't remove anything from the engine. Only trouble i had was when i put it back together the 4wheel shift didn't go in properly but thats because it moved when we took it out. There is a switch on the side to indcate its posistion, make sure you dont damage it and connect it up after.
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Posted on May 22, 2009
SOURCE: vitara overheat
When driving down highway only, it overheats? When running steady, I take it you mean, sitting idling? If it's only overheating at highway speeds, and all else has been checked out & is o.k., I'd take a close look at rad hoses for soft spots (easy to squeeze) that may be causing hoses to collapse at highway speeds & restricting flow of cooling system. Another thing to try is, turn your heater on high fan & high temperature when it starts to heat up & see if temperature gauge goes down (cooler) at all. If it does, then rad not doing it's job properly.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
Hi are you sure its to do with your air con, normally when your carpet gets wet it means your heater matrix has burst, thats always been my experience. hope this helps thanks John.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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