Now I realize it's probably in the manual somewhere, but I'm one of those people who throws out manuals because he knows everything (that's a joke). Anyway, my phone hasn't been able to make or recieve phone calls for a couple days. It just waits for a while and then says something like "unable to establish a connection. This has been accompanied by the appearance of a mysterious G in the upper left-hand corner.
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It's probably cheaper to throw away than to repair. This is a throw away society now you know. If you can buy a new motor and replace the old one good luck but the last one I had apart it was a throw away motor that would not come out of the machine.
I don't know what engine you have but the 3.0 liter is the most common.
Below is a diagram for the engine. If it is other than the this engine you can get additional diagrams at www.autozone.com.
Hi, Remove the front kick plate and locate the adjustment screws in front corners. Usually 3/8" or 5/16" head bolts.
Realize, there is only so much adjustment. You might have to level the back side with thin boards or shims.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if I can assist you further.
Get a real Suzuki factory shop manual set (5 volumes for XL-7). I'm betting there is a hidden fastener or catch in there somewhere and only a real shop manual will show you where. Chiltons, et al, are fine for general info but for nitty gritty details one has to go to the factory info just like the factory mechanic does. Me? Yes. I buy a genuine factory shop manual set for each vehicle I purchase. You should see the looks on mechanic's faces when they realize their bull won't fly when I'm holding a copy of the factory manual page in my hand and know exactly what they are flinging. :-) The hardest thing in the automotive world is to find a mechanic who knows what he is doing AND you can trust at the same time. Good luck. If you find one, buy whatever vehicle manufacturer he prefers. It will just make life easier on everyone. ;-)
Thanx guys for answering. After fumbling thru the program for the xxx time ,I found the info I needed thru the HELP section. still fairly prone to mistakes but at least now, I have somewhere tto go for answers. When all else fails read the manual. Still, I think with the number of novices fooling around, that someone would realize the market for EASILY understood directions.Thanx again, Charles
There are 2 or 3 screws on the top to take out and the top cover will come off. Belt is #61120A U long life, brush roll if you need it is #62365-2. If the brushs look ok and the ends turn freely, then it is probably ok. The belt goes around the brush roll then up to the motor shaft.