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How to insyall fuel pump on 97 suzuki esteem

I need instructions or assistance on how to replace the fuel pump on my 1997 Suzuki Esteem; I was told I have to take out the back seat & it sits on top; I'm not that mechanically inclined, but just wondering can I do it myself? Thanks

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Removal

  1. Remove fuel tank from body and remove fuel pump from fuel tank.
Installation
  1. Install fuel pump to its bracket.
  2. Install fuel pump to fuel tank and then install fuel tank .
about 2 hours

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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My suzuki esteem wagon is a a/t model 97 1.6v


mines in the wrecking yard, it exploded, one day.
so we RIP, it . If in USA sell the pig, suzuki is now bugged out. like yugo/isuzu/deawoo.
sell it. win, you will.

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How do I get to the fuel sending unit on a 1999 Suzuki Esteem


It's in the fuel tank and is part of the fuel pump assembly. You will need to drop the tank to gain access to it unless your car is one of the very few that has an access panel to the fuel pump. Access panels are either in the floor of the trunk or under the back seat cushion. A google search should reveal if your car has one.

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99' suzuki esteem has no response from data link


Check fuse for your data link connector (sometimes its in with a item like your cig lighter plug or radio fuse)

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My 96 esteem doesnt give much mileage when petrol is less than 10litres


May be a bad pump, but do you mean gas mileage?
If it doesn't getvery good mpg when the fuel in the tank is less than 10 litres, or 2.5 Gallons, then I would also check and replace the filter if necessary.

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2000 Suzuki Esteem (1.8) Fuel System


No SYMPTOMS stated, (sadly)
the J18 engines, twin cam, chain drive cam, nice motor.
an under stroked, J20. it is.. and share most parts.

alldata.com covers it.... and all cars... mostly.
for sure esteems (used books real off Ebay, if lucky, do a watch on ebay)?
and for sure Suzuki, the FSM is $4 to read. and posted 100 time here. (more ) this the real deal, (McCoy)
https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Products/1182-2000-esteem-service-manual.aspx

the filter, and pump , no need to replace pump unless
it has 12vdc to IT CRANKING< and filter is new. AND, pressure is out of spec. (see spec, below)
a gauge is $20 and way more easy to use than a bath in gasoline
for sure.and a $10 voltmeter from walfart.

now the Esteem secret (just in CASE)
"Remove rear seat cushion, rear right seat back, right side sill scuff, right front partition trim and right rear door opening trim."
bingo, a secret access port.

now the spec.
31-37 ?idle PSI
this is the fuel pressure at the rail, at idle.
cranking is 6 PSI more
driving up hill, wide open throttle, pressure rises to 3- 6psi more that idle. (near)
if pressure is low, check for 12vdc to pump, first.
then make sure the FPR works.
they can stick open closed or jam. and it must work right. or fueling will be ALL wrong. (cars this old FPR love to fail)
this engine ECU has program revision (flash) that causes
pump to not run key on, (read TSBs on same at suzuki...)

so, crank it and check pressure cranking if not starting?
or if it does start (you never said) then check at idle
and WOT. the PSI ( then gun throttle see pressure jump way higher) if all this pans out, forget pump, and FPR.

did you scan the PCM yet, that be like first..
all scan tools (real) work on 2000 cars.... all do.

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Fuel gauge always reads empty


Sounds like the fuel arm on your fuel pump is out. More than likely you need to replace the fuel pump.

Nov 29, 2009 | 1997 Suzuki Esteem

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I am replacing the rack and pinion and power steering pump in my 97 suzuki esteem. I need to know what type of fluid to use and how much I need to buy.


2 quarts will be more than enough unless the cap of the p/s res says otherwise p/s fluid will be perfectly fine just dont buy the kind with stop leak

Nov 12, 2009 | 1997 Suzuki Esteem

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My 1998 suzuki esteem won't star


befor replacing the fuel pump check your sparking plugs , fuel nozzles they may be clogged

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