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Timing belt for suzi vitari 1993 g 16 engine

I need to change the timing belt but have been told there are two types,a 103 tooth and a 95 tooth .
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Ur car will need the standard timing belt supplied by the dealer if you give hi the vin number of the vehical then he will supply you with the correct belt even if there is 4 diffrent sizes. you should also make shure that the timing belt tensioner isnot worn or in need of replacement. this will help prolong the life of the new belt
good luck with this problem

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