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I recently purchased a 2002 Suzuki aerio and the bracket broke for the timing chain tensioner. i purchased a kit and had it professionally installed. the bracket has broke again. any idea why this would break again?

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The replacement part could have been defective

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SOURCE: suzuki aerio engine 2.0L have timming belt or chain?

TIMING BELT SHOULD BE 60,000 MILE CHANGE

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SOURCE: does a 2002 Aerio have a timing chain or a belt?

Also known as a Liana in some markets, this may have either a "G" series or a "J" series motor in it. This can be checked by finding the engine number - either G16B123456 or J18A123456. The G series is belt driven, while the J series is chain driven (2 chains).

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timing chains are not maintenance/wear items, they are not anticipated to fail because they don't suffer degradation from heat and fluids like rubber belts do

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Why does it jump time?


It sounds like you may need a timing chain tensioner.
I looked on e-bay and found a kit which includes an "upgraded" tensioner, and includes all the pieces, for only 60 dollars.
God bless your efforts.

Feb 11, 2016 | 2002 Pontiac Grand Am

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03 Suzuki aerio need a step by step how to: replace the timing chain! Please help


WOW you work on engines not knowing what is there?
the engines are: 7 engines.!!!
1.3 L I4; 1.5 L I4; 1.6 L I4; 1.8 L I4; 2.0 L I4; 2.3 L I4; 1.4 L Diesel I4 ill guess, ( (die roll)
2.3 L below.

all answers, USA cars, this a USA forum. so.....
ever heard of the FSM the oem factory service manual?

is the chain making noises? if yes, the guide is bad, most chains fail due to that (as a true cause)
the FSM is here , just $4 to look , so ????
https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Products/1178-2003-aerio-service-manual.aspx

the clone is Alldata.com DIY, log in and read like we do.
google alldtata.com , bingo....

now the 2.3L (just the first half, ill let you pay $4 like we do)
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions Section.
  2. Remove engine assembly from vehicle.
  3. Remove oil pan.
  4. Remove cylinder head cover.
  5. Remove timing chain cover as follows:
    • Remove crankshaft pulley bolt. To lock crankshaft pulley, use special tool 09917-68221 (camshaft pulley holder).
    • Remove crankshaft pulley. To remove crankshaft pulley, use special tools 09944-36011 and 09926-58010 (steering wheel remover and bearing puller attachment).
    • Remove A/C compressor bracket.
    • Remove alternator belt idler pulley, water pump pulley and alternator belt tensioner.
    • Remove timing chain cover bolts and nut.
    • For reinstallation of timing chain, turn crankshaft so that timing marks on cylinder head and lower crankcase match with those on sprockets as shown in figure.
    • Remove second timing chain as follows:
      • Turn crankshaft to meet following conditions.
        • Key (I) on crankshaft is positioned as shown.
        • Arrow mark on idler sprocket (II) points upward.
        • Marks on sprockets (III) match with marks on cylinder head. Note that this step must be followed for reinstallation of timing chain.
      • Remove timing chain tensioner adjuster No.2 and gasket. To remove them, slacken second timing chain by turning intake camshaft counterclockwise a little while pushing back pad.
      • Remove intake and exhaust camshaft timing sprocket bolts. To remove them, fit a spanner to hexagonal part at the center of camshaft to hold it stationary.
      • Remove camshaft timing sprockets and second timing chain.
      • warning
      • After second timing chain is removed, never turn intake camshaft, exhaust camshaft and crankshaft independently more than such an extent as shown. If turned, interference may occur between piston and valves and valves themselves, and parts related to piston and valves may be damaged.
      • Remove timing chain guide No.1.
      • Remove timing chain tensioner adjuster No.1.
      • Remove timing chain tensioner.
      • Remove idler sprocket and first timing chain.
      • Remove crankshaft timing sprocket.
      • end.
    im not doing INSTALL, sorry.


25540491-yqaloxbadhjyikzm2dpnlv4n-2-0.jpg got that? also there are a hole section on details of gasket seals and such, nothing trivial that.

Mar 09, 2015 | 2003 Suzuki Aerio

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How do I set timing on a 2.3 Suzuki aerio engine


wow no job stated.
04 (2.3L) ill take a wild guess and say, you might be fiddling the cam
and doing something there, new cam, new lifters, new chain, new head, ? what?
FSM means factory service manual, ever heard of one?

the FSM is just lousy 4 bucks why not read that first. and not mess it up.

https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Products/1004-2004-aerio-service-manual.aspx

you said SET, so i can only assume its all apart. right then
you want to Instal the chain and time it, right so here are the fsm steps
no photos. log in and read the FSM for that.
  1. Check that match mark on crankshaft timing sprocket is in match with timing mark on lower crankcase.
  2. Install crankshaft timing sprocket as shown in figure.
  3. Apply oil to bush of idler sprocket and install idler sprocket and sprocket shaft.
  4. Install first timing chain by aligning dark blue plate of first timing chain and match mark on idler sprocket.
  5. Bring yellow plate of first timing chain into match with match mark on crankshaft timing sprocket.
  6. Apply engine oil to sliding surface of timing chain tensioner and then install it as shown in figure. Tighten tensioner nut to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).
  7. With latch of tensioner adjuster No.1 returned and plunger pushed back into body, insert stopper into latch and body. After inserting it, check to make sure that plunger will not come out.
  8. Install timing chain tensioner adjuster No.1. Tighten the timing chain tensioner adjuster No. 1 bolt to 8 ft. lbs. (11 Nm).
  9. Pull out stopper from adjuster No.1.
  10. Apply engine oil to sliding surface of timing chain guide No.1 and then install it. Tighten guide bolts to 6.5 ft. lbs. (9 Nm).
  11. Check that dark blue and yellow plates of first timing chain are in match with match marks on sprockets respectively.
  12. Install second timing chain as follows:
    • Check that match mark on crank timing sprocket is in match with timing mark on lower crankcase.
    • Check that arrow mark on idler sprocket faces upward.
    • Check that knock pins of intake and exhaust camshafts are aligned with timing marks on cylinder head.
    • Install second timing chain by aligning yellow plate of second timing chain and match marks on idler sprocket.
    • Install sprockets to intake and exhaust camshafts by aligning dark blue plate of second timing chain, match marks on intake sprocket and exhaust sprocket respectively. NOTE As an arrow mark is provided on both sides, camshaft timing sprocket has no specific installation direction.



  • Install intake and exhaust camshaft timing sprocket bolts. To install it, fit a spanner to hexagonal part at the center of camshaft to hold it stationary. Tighten the camshaft timing sprocket bolt to 57.5 ft. lbs. (80 Nm).
  • Push back plunger into tensioner body and hold it at the position by inserting stopper into body.
  • Install timing chain tensioner adjuster No.2 with new gasket. Tighten the timing chain tensioner adjuster No. 2 bolts to 8 ft. lbs. (11 Nm) and No. 2 nut to 33 ft. lbs. (45 Nm).
  • Pull out stopper from timing chain tensioner adjuster No.2.
  • Turn crankshaft two rotations clockwise then align timing mark on crankshaft and timing mark on cylinder block.
  • Check that timing marks of cylinder head and cylinder block are in match with match marks on sprockets respectively.
  • Apply oil to timing chains, tensioner, tensioner adjusters, sprockets, and guides.
  • Install timing chain cover. Reverse removal sequence to install timing chain cover noting the following points:
    • Apply sealant "A" and "B" to area as shown.
      • "A": Sealant 99000-31250
      • "B": Sealant 99000-31140
    • Apply sealant amount to the following areas.
      • "a": 0.12 inches (3mm)
      • "b": 0.08 inches (2mm)
      • "c": 0.24 inches (6mm)
      • "d": 0.63 inches (16mm)
      • "e": 0.55 inches (14mm)
      • "f": 2.56 inches (65mm)
      • "g": 2.87 inches (73mm)
      • "h": 0.16 inches (4mm)
    • Apply engine oil to oil seal lip, then install timing chain cover. Tighten bolts and nut to 8 ft. lbs. (11 Nm).
      NOTE Before installing timing chain cover, check that pin is securely fitted.
    • Before installing timing chain cover, check that pin is securely fitted.
  • Install alternator belt idler pulley. Tighten nut to 30.5 ft. lbs. (42 Nm).
  • Install alternator belt tensioner. Tighten bolts to 18.5 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).
  • Install water pump pulley.
  • Install A/C compressor bracket (if equipped). Tighten bracket bolts to 40 ft. lbs. (55 Nm).
  • Install cylinder head cover with new gaskets and seal washers and tighten nuts to 8 ft. lbs. (11 Nm).
  • Install oil pan.
  • Install crankshaft pulley using pulley holder tool. Tighten the crankshaft pulley bolt to 108.5 ft. lbs. (150 Nm).
  • Install engine assembly.
  • Install all remaining components in the reverse order of the removal procedure.
did that cover it, surely not.
but if you get the FSM and read it or log in , you will not miss the photos and the complex sealing bs on this motor.

Oct 18, 2014 | 2004 Suzuki Aerio

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Has anyone ever heard of a bracket for the oil pump breaking and causing the timing chain to fall off?


I wouldnt crank it til I kno---u need a repair manual--go to magicmechanic in the states--send him issue-he replies-nothn he doesnt kno

Apr 30, 2013 | 2002 Suzuki Aerio

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Need to find out how to put tension on serpentine belt for 2002 suzuki aerio that does not have the spring loaded tensor


The belt tensioner is very important if the car is supposed to have it then you will have to get one.Junk yard brand new,you still need one.

Sep 22, 2012 | 2002 Suzuki Aerio

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Necesito ver como va la cadena del tiempo de suzuki aerio 2005


translated to grengoos.
I will need to see as time chain Suzuki Aerio 2005
which engine>?
what do you need to see.?
there are lots of facts on chains.
the FSM book covers all that. buy ONE?

chain, (and buying quality chains is hard)
guides.
the guide tensener can fail.
how to time a chain/
how to know its bad. (tests)

Apr 29, 2012 | 2005 Suzuki Aerio Sedan

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How to change timing chain


are you sure you want to do this? if you do then remove the engine from the car and remove:oil pan pump and strainer, cylinder head cover, crankshaft pulley, A/C compressor bracket, generator, water pump and tensioner pulley, and then remove the timing cover which will reveal the two chains.

Aug 30, 2010 | 2002 Suzuki Aerio

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Timing chain 2006 aerio


timing chains are not maintenance/wear items, they are not anticipated to fail because they don't suffer degradation from heat and fluids like rubber belts do

Sep 30, 2009 | 2006 Suzuki Aerio

2 Answers

Does a 2002 Aerio have a timing chain or a belt?


Also known as a Liana in some markets, this may have either a "G" series or a "J" series motor in it. This can be checked by finding the engine number - either G16B123456 or J18A123456. The G series is belt driven, while the J series is chain driven (2 chains).

Jun 22, 2009 | 2002 Suzuki Aerio

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Suzuki aerio engine 2.0L have timming belt or chain?


TIMING BELT SHOULD BE 60,000 MILE CHANGE

May 08, 2009 | 2003 Suzuki Aerio

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