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How to remove/replace valve cover gasket on 2006 Suzuki grand vitara

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No engines stated
the car is sold world wide and with many different engines
why is this hard to state, in USA? are your
is engine V6 , and 2.7L ? H27 is true name
the V6 is not like the J20 4 banger at all.
as you can see poster guessed J20
but i bet its not.
but no engine actually stated, and its an ENGINE question.

why not buy the kit from Felpro.
and read the instructions with it, Felpro is best.
not from china, "no-name" junk.

or log in to mitchells and read.
or see the real book here posted 100s times.
the real suzuki pages, USA> no fact, no cloned, but official pages
its called a service manual, read it? and oh boy, real facts.

here it is again,

this is not spam its a factory book , not a compendium of lies and toxic mix of 10 years in a rag book. (as seen on TV)

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    you can see it
    you can see the screws holding it down
    you can see the COP coils need to come off
    any thing blocking it needs to what, yes come off.
    the word gain access to , is what matters.
    you work on and engine and dont know what engine is there?

    if the V6, H20,25,27 or larger.
    this shows the parts.

    the big question is does the intake manifold need to come of on the H27 engines.?
    i think yes,
    as you can see there is not much clearance
    at the top inboard edges of that cover.
    so getting the cover above the cams, is
    problematic, with just cover screws and cops removed.
    Does that help>>????
    worse is water pump, dont ask;. h27

  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2016

    there are like 6 engines used world wide.
    g16, m16, J20, and more. lots more.

  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2016

    why not post engine,size
    or VIN
    or photo of your engines
    so the guessers can guess right>?


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The below link may help. Its for a 2008, but I don't think it's different enough from a 2006.

2008 Suzuki Grand Vitara Valve Cover Gasket Replacement and Oil Change

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