Question about 2007 Suzuki Grand Vitara 4WD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would have taken it back immediatly and told them that it worked before and oesnt now since they worked on it and you would appreciate it if they at least looked at it.
If they refuse, then never go back and you will have to trace the problem using a voltemeter.
Make sure the fuse is the right Amperage.
Buy a repair manual from a auto parts saled store and see what else connects to that fuse, you could have a bad blower motor, or some other wire that got damaged durring the clutch install.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
The cost of many of these units is quite high, compared to what they used to be. Still, the choice of new, reman, or even one from a boneyard is your choice!
Consider that a new unit is just that.eEverything including the case is new. A remanufactured unit is "iffy" and depends upon the quality standards or the manufacturer... Some only replace failed items, clean it up and let it fly... Better shops, replace not only failed items but items which are slightly worn or prone to failure. (a good rebuild includes brushes, regulator, end bearings, diodes and anything else they deem necessary) When buying a "boneyard" part, try to get one with low miles, preferably one that looks as if it was recently replaced, or one that was in the latest year vehicle that fits your application. As I said the choice is yours!!!
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Yes it has a cam belt.
Caution!!!!! They are a pain to set the timing with a new belt.
You might find that you have to buy the special cam belt setting tool to lock the crank, to fit the new belt.
Suggest you get a qualified mechanic who knows the product to help or to do the job.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Take the car to an autoparts store and have them scan the computer for any fault codes stored. The check engine light is to alert you that the computer has noted a fault in one of the car's systems. Getting the codes will show what the computer has noted and curb the need for speculation. Most parts stores will perform the scan for free. Hope this helped and best wishes.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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