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SOURCE: timing chane on a suzuki xl 7 2.7

hiya

found a online manual for you to download and print
http://www.esnips.com/profile.php?uid=389377

hope this helps

John

Posted on Jun 15, 2012

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routing.
no engine option stated, making all answers wrong, or missing.,
it's like the 1mill. post with no engine and 100s just for this car.
be the first. and shock us !

go to alldata.com and read, log in and it asks you what engine. USA !
or suzuki pitstop plus for 4bucks, read all the words, and not mess this up. its non trivial messing with cam timing. or BOOM, if its and interference engine.

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hiya

found a online manual for you to download and print
http://www.esnips.com/profile.php?uid=389377

hope this helps

John

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