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How hard is it to switch out an O2 sensor on the 2001 Grand Vitara Xl 7?

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It's like changing a spark plug only this has a wire or two to it.

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My cargo door lock

most cars, have a kids anti tamper device.
did you look at it first?
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How to replace an oxy sensor for a suzuki grand vitara

it is very easy to replace the oxygen sensor or o2 sensor, your car should be in cold condition whenever you open it cause it fitted on silencer and silence may very hot it can harm you. , disconnect the wire and remove it by moving it to anti-clock vise with help of proper spanner, for fixing new just reverse the process. thanks.

Sep 15, 2010 | 2001 Suzuki Xl 7

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problem had to do with the ballast resistance...

May 20, 2009 | 2001 Suzuki Xl 7

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How do I reset the engine light after a P0496 code?

Unplug the battery for 15 minutes and then plug the battery back in, but until you fix the oxeygen sensor you are going to continue to have the code thrown

Apr 29, 2009 | 2001 Suzuki Xl 7

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Service engine soon light grand vitara xl-7 on

You know I would doubt that this is caused by a speed wristed attendant, especially if you have removed and replaced the gas cap at the correct speed and the light stays on. ..................... ha ha.

Seems to be a recurring problem and having just spent a poop load of money with 2 dealers on that SES light issue I will tell you that the 2001 2.7 V6 engines have 4 O2 sensors and 3 catalytic converters. According to both dealers as those aforementioned parts approach the 100,000 mile marker they tend to send error codes. You get the errors cleared and 50 miles later there is the SES light again. The O2 sensors seemd to be very difficult to remove, both shops indicated you are better off to buy new catalytic converters, install new O2 sensors in them and then bolt in the whole mess as a unit. This of course assumes your bad readings are O2 sensor related. I would take it to a dealer as oppsed to autozone or advance as their generic little readers pale in comparison to the code readers at the dealership. price reflects that though.

Dec 19, 2008 | 2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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Po153 eobd code

Bank one Cat is always on the side where # 1 cylinder is located. this is called bank one by Federal standardization rules, on OBD 2 Terminology and code definitions.

Oct 22, 2008 | 2003 Suzuki XL-7

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Reprogram remote

xl-7 programming instructions first you need to stuff your head up under the dash and locate your module drivers side upper corner under dash does it say programmable transmitter (the first models had no programable modules) if it says that then......
1 confirm all doors are shut and key is out of ignition
2 open drivers door insert key and turn to on within 10 sec
3 turn ignition switch to off in 10 sec
4 push and release drivers door switch 3 times in 20 sec
5 turn ign. switch to on in 10 sec
6 turn ign. switch to off in 10 sec
7 press and hold lock and unlock button on transmitter for 5 sec within 20 sec of step 6 alldoors will lock/unlockto confirm correct process
8 press lock unlock buttons on second remote within 5 sec after step 7 once again all doors will lock/unlock to confirm
9 to add another remote up to a max of four repeat steps 1 through 8 this was taken directly out of an owners manual supplement that comes with a new keyless entry kit (part number for a xl-7 or grand vitara can't remember which one it goes to but it works on either one is 84900-67810) which you would have to purchase if yours is not programable these instructions are the same for vitara, grand vitara, xl-7 and the esteem hope this helps

Jul 05, 2008 | 2002 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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