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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I have a suzuki esteem 2000 and to remove the inside of the door panel you must first locate the window roll down lever and when you push back on the panel it opeans up a gap between the lever and the panel and if you look there is an axile that connects to the lever and in the lever there is a set of groovs and if you look at the groves there is a snap on ring, you must first push that ring off of the axile which will let you to freelly pull the lever off and then you can locate the screws that also hold the panel on my suzuki I have one on the handle which is covered by a plastic cap and there is also another palstic cap a little lower. After you have freed the screws the rest are just snap on clips you can just pull the panel off.
well hope it was helpfull.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
For the most part it pushing down are pulling up on the belt tensioner give the website a try Drive belt diagram www.webcrawler.com if all fails stop by you local Suzuki dealership in the parts department and they be able to print you off the pictures and diagrams you will need wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
This does depend to a degree on area of use (ie cold or hot) and is always specified in the Owner's Operation Manual in the glove box. Having said that, if it's an auto, then DEXRON-IIE or DEXRON-III is recommended, or in a manual, API GL-4, 75W-90 manual transaxle oil is recommended in my market - Australia.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
The tensioner itself is not meant to be taken apart. If you do, it's one difficult job to put back together again! Assuming you just want to either remove or replace the belt, all you need is a long spanner or breaker bar (14mm I think) and turn the centre bolt of the tensioner in a clockwise direction. If you're re-fitting a belt, it's best to start with the spanner in a position where you have the biggest possible amount of movement available to turn the spanner clockwise. If you're removing a belt, you'll only need a small amount of clockwise movement, but may need a lot more in the anti-clockwise direction (once the belt is off, the pulley will go back a lot further). The tensioner only has a certain amount of movement and if if doesn't go back much further with the belt removed, you need a new (or shorter) belt.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
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