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Valve timing,timing marks and valve clearance of 3 clinder engine f6a for suzuki

suzuki FSM not handy?
call them and ask.
or ask others for help near you home to find it.

Mar 16, 2014 | Suzuki Cars & Trucks

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At what degree angle would I set my timing mark for Suzuki Vitara 16v engine

old post.

the answer is this in USA, are you>?
open hood, look up ,behold the white sticker, and is there.
all suz. have a timing freeze jumper, starting in newer years its a factory only scan tool setting.
on yours, must 1.6L , the liters tell me what engine not valve count.
to set timing, you need a strobe light , got one?
1: hot motor.
2; idle rpm perfect. not too low, or high.
4: timing freeze, enabled.
5: set timing with strobe , using under hood sticker data.

Feb 11, 2013 | 2000 Suzuki Vitara

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How can i set the timing the suzuki 400cc bandit

I suggest you check this site:

There are a few answers for timing on this bike already...both ignition and valve timing.
Hope this helps

Feb 01, 2013 | 1993 Suzuki GSF 400 Bandit

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Is the 2006 suzuki forenza with the 2.0 liter engine an interference engine?

Yes, If the timing belt brakes or skips several teeth. The 2.0L Suzuki engine pistons will and do hit the valves under that condition.
You should change that belt at 100-120k miles.
You can start by R&R the timing belt and setting everything back to specs,
Do a compretion test - that will be your awnser. Low or no compretion + bent valves.
The cheepest fix is a certified used low milage motor - put your new timing belt on the used motor for good measure.

Dec 31, 2012 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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85 suzuki 125 4 wheeler that is out of time how do i time it

With your piston @ TDC (top dead centre)(check the timing marks) all of your cam lobes should be pointing as far away from the valves (or rockers) as possible. Alternatively, the cam lobes can all be very close to opening the valves. This is called "rocking." Once you have set it up like this, you should turn the crank in the direction of rotation to check that none of the valves touch the piston. Keep turning the crank to check the valve are opening and closing at the right times, ie "****, squeeze, bang, blow"

Jul 17, 2009 | Suzuki DR-Z 125 Motorcycles

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