Question about 1993 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)

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What is this thing?

I am in the philippines and am from the states!I bought a Suzuki pick-up truck:4 wheel drive(both drivers side wheels have power),3 cyl.660cc w/12 valve engine,4 spd.manual trans.It is called a"multicab"by every1 here but it is really a salvaged(junked) vehichle from Japan that was put together from other salvaged vehichles from Japan and sold here in the filz.What is this thing really called?How can i get a svc. manual?It runs well(Paid $3,300.00/php.155,000 for it,did I get beat?)and I am not dissappointed w/it,4 a used vehichle it runs surprisingly well!I drove 10 others b4 I picked this 1,as it ran the best and seemed to have the fewest apparent problems!p.s. thanks 2 tombones49 for the anwer b4,it was what they were set at!

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  • towncarguy04 Sep 28, 2009

    THANKS 2 GURU007,HE WAS RIGHT ON THE MARK(OH YEAH!).i was having a real problem just finding out what model truck i bought,and to top it off he nails it on the careful note about the cooling system bleeding!!!thank u again 007!

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Tht van of yours is a suzuki 'every' or a 'carry'
go to this site http://www.suzuki-forums.com/search.php?searchid=233287&photoplog_searchinfo=1

and go down to Forum Jump and click on tht arrow down and select suzuki every / carry there you will get lots of info with regards to your van.
On these models you have to be careful to the bleeding of the cooling system.

Hope this helps

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

Testimonial: "WOWOWOWOWO,THANK YOU SO MUCH!WOULD IT NOT SURPRISE YOU TO HEAR THAT I AM HAVING A PROBLEM WITH THE COOLING SYSTEM,WHY DOES IT CONTINUE TO LEAK?"

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