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How do I pull the engine out of my suzuki reno

Lost oil preasure and it started nocking in the wife's car. I have worked on and rebuilt engines in old cars/trucks for years but the side ways engine has me scratching my head. If I can get it on the engine stand I'm sure I can get it figured out.

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First thing i would do would be to go down to your local parts house and get a chilton or haynes manual and they will give you a step by step walk threw of pulling your motor. when its all said and done you'll see that it aint that hard of a job. that is if ya have a clean place to do the work.

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I hamve a suzuki 2006 reno with only 42k mi and it just started blowing white smoke out of the tail pipe and leaking oil out of the bottom of the motor on the passengers side behind crankshift


get it serviced?
if you dont know what oil leaks are or how serious
then get it serviced now,
stop driving it. or burn up a good (hope) engine.
call a tow truck, is best possible end results.
but
open hood, and turn the oil filter CW to tight.
look for road collision damage under car, first.
google how to tighten a filter, oil, see wix filter page, read.

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Hi I'm anthony I have a 2005 suzuki reno I think it's a grate car so I'd like to beef it up with a bigger motor what engine do u think would be best fitting for low budget rebuild?


I would put a 5.7 litre V8 Shelby Mustang engine into it. It would make it fly! Trouble is there would be nowhere for you to sit! This is a joke right :>) You can't put any other engine into that tiny car other than the one that came with it!

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    are you asking for engine prices,
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    find one close, as shipping is expensive and returns are worse.

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    Your engine's computer has detected a problem with it's engine management controls. The work you had done should have nothing to do with it.
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