Question about 2004 Suzuki Forenza
Thats why the dealer recommended service intervals need to be followed its in the owners manual sorry for your loss but its a big one . your best bet is replace the whole motor with a used one there are plenty of places to get one just shop around the junk yards you can call them from home they should be able to locate one for you then find a shop that will install it for you with a new timing belt of course . you could also have someone pull yours apart you will need a new head or rebuilt one new timing belt but you could also find a damaged piston then you will have paid for all that labor for nothing but if you are doing it yourself just tear it apart first and see what is damaged and whats not and go from there . hope this helps
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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