Question about 2007 Suzuki Swift 1.3
How do I remove the alternator from my 2007 suzuki swift automatic, m15a alternator removal thank you .
First thing to do is DISCONNECT the battery then remove the wires from the back/bottom ao alternator , undo the top adjusting bolt/nut undo and remove the bottom bolt(s) that the alternater pivots on remove the top bolt completely the alternator is then free replacement is just reverse
Posted on May 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
disconnect battery remove it & its cradle
jack it up & drain gearbox oil
remove the wheel & undo the axle nut in the centre!
[do not remove it yet]
undo the bottom control arm at its pivot point under the axle then seperate them !
pull swiftly outward to remove the drive shaft from the gearbox!
now there is the gear selector & speedo & clutchcables & starter motor to diconnect & or remove
remove gearbox mount But support the motor from underneath
undo all the bolts around the gearboxes bellhousing!
use a pry or large flat bladed screwdriver to part the gearbox from the engine & lift gearbox up & out! its very tight squeeze in there!!
Im sure now that you regret asking lol
dont forget while its out you may aswell do the clutch
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
i would say its wear and tear,you can kill a clutch in a day if your hard on it,,,or it could take 150,000 miles,,suzuki will classify that as a wear and tear item,,they are really tight with that stuff,
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
like all cars , 1996 to present, same way
1: with code reader or scan tool.
a: any auto store can do it for free or rent tool.
2: pull battery for 1 minute (minus term only)
this way is not interfered.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
1) With the vehicle jacked up and supported with axle stands, remove the rear wheels.
2) Using an old, thin, flat tip screwdriver and a hammer, remove the dust cap from the brake drum.
3) Using a 1/8" punch and hammer, tap out the lock nut indentation.
4) Using a 30mm, 1/2" drive socket and ratchet, unscrew the lock nut from the axle shaft.
5) Remove the flat washer from the axle shaft.
6) Ensure the hand brake is not applied.
7) Using a soft faced hammer, strike the outside edge of the drum repeatedly and all around while at the same time applying a pulling force on the drum. (This is best accomplished using two people and could take several minutes.) Be persistent!
8) Once the drum has been removed, tap or press out the wheel bearing from the inside out.
9) Clean and re-pack the wheel bearing with grease.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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