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No question asked, ????
no engine stated!
no country stated! like the millionth post like this.
the G engines, G16 in this case
is cam belt drive
the other 2 engines are chain (J20/H20/25/27 and up)


why not post:
photo of your engine?
or
VIN? number....
or cylinder count,and if it's V engine or not
and win.
we can talk all day on Vitara's would wide

and not posting country, means,
it can be many more engines used. A FACT.

Posted on Dec 19, 2016

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    _-__-___-_ Dec 20, 2016

    we have answered the how to , here like 10 times, search much? on the 6v and the belted G16s,(all g engine)
    vast times.
    all G16s are herehttp://www.fixkick.com/t-belt/tbelt-inde...
    in huge depth and problems common here.

    the V6 , h20 ,25,27 , and all bigger V6, even the 3.6L
    are chain cam drive. all are.
    so is the J20 engine.

  • Anonymous Dec 20, 2016

    btw suzuki has over 56 engines.

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