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How to adjust idle speed on 1.6 16v suzuki vitara

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SOURCE: Tick over/idling speed

you can not adjust idle, you have a bad sensor on

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SOURCE: clutch adjustment on Suzuki Grand

dont think this model has any its hydraulic which true some vehicles do have a adjustable rod on the slave cylinder but i dont remember this model having one

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SOURCE: can you adjust a clutch

I think you will find the actuating system is hydraulic, hence not adjustable. There may however be some small adjustment on the rod which connects the clutch pedal to the clutch master cylinder to take the slop out of it. You would feel that kind of slop when you push the pedal down. Clutch is good for about 10 years of normal driving, so you are at 12 and it is time for a new clutch.

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SOURCE: I have a suzuki samurai

First ck for a vacuum leak listen for a small slight hisssing noise. and ck pcv hose and valve. the normal rpm is 750 to 850 from the front of the vehicle look on the right side of the carburator youll see a screw at the base of carburator turn it in and you lean the vehicle out which you dont want. turn it 1/4 out and see if it idles smooth, if neither reacts than you got a vacuum leak going on

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SOURCE: suzuki grand vitara clutch pedal free travel adjustment

replace clutch then adjust under pedal travel

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