20 Most Recent 1995 Suzuki Samurai Questions & Answers


unfortunately if that is the price for the manual then that is what ypou have to pay
manuals have nothing to do with fixya site

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on May 14, 2017


Hi maragato

it is possible your front wheels need to be balanced on a digital tyre balancer. There is a possibility that the rims are bent or distorted, common problem with suzuki jeeps

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Jun 09, 2016


1995 samurai. valve lash , right not valve stem to guide clearance.
there are 3 clearances.
http://www.fixkick.com/sammi-stuff/index.html
volume 1
pdf page 111 tells you this (book page C3-53)
the manual is everywhere.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Apr 30, 2014


old post in Samurai forum. ????
no engine stated, suz made many 1.3s some diesel.
the engine has a Letter , number and letters.
DOHC 1.3 engine, SOHC?
no year stated. id bet the 95 sammy year is bogus, right?
6 engines
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_Cultus

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Apr 30, 2014


old post, (doing suz now)
Samurai or swift , which one????????????????????????
ur posting in Samurai forum.
what spec you want?
which of the 4 engines is it and even diesel.

what spec.
lash?
valve stem diameter , or guides. or clearances on same??
lift spec, of cam or duration??
its really a Cultus?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_Cultus
is it a GTI?
my wild guess you are in New Zealand?
99.99% of all posters never id country nor engine.
making help near impossible (cept generic answers)
so here is the gen2 list
1.0 L G10 (LP2) I3
1.0 L G10T (LS3) turbo I3
1.3 L G13A/BA (L72) 8V I4
1.3 L G13B/G13K 16V DOHC I4
1.5 L G15A 16V I4
1.6 L G16 16V I4

which engine?

never post anywhere with out engine option stated.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Apr 30, 2014


double posted backup 1.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Apr 06, 2014


what engine is in there.
most have be swapped by now on these old cars.
still sammi?
still EFI?
did you drive with the EFI , diagnositic jumper inserted yet?
and see if it flashes code 12 (good) or some other code or many other bad codes?
if no codes ever shown but 12s
id monitor fuel pressure driving.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Apr 05, 2014


Crack block or intake.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Aug 18, 2013


Hi, my car does not change gear during driving. I am told the transmission is stuck in 3rd gear. Even when taking off from a complete stop, I have to rev the engine before the car moves. Sometimes after a long drive the engine would switch off and only start after a 10 minute break. What could be the problem?

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Feb 12, 2013


use 10W30W, that is the heaviest oil this engine needs, thicker oils can damage the bearings due to oil starvation, as far as tire pressure goes 30- 32 PSI is best for this little car.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on May 09, 2011


more detail please

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Jan 06, 2011


First of all check the coolant level and also check if the refrigerant level in the ac is not low.If its low or in case leaking then car will give hot air.Get the ac pressure test done.his will confirm if the refrigerant is low or leaking.It can be done at any car garage. If that is checked ok then get the blend door checked.If the blend door is not getting opened properly then this will block the cool air from blowing in the vents. The control lever you move operates a mechanical lever that operates a vacuum control that operates the vent doors/air flow. Check the control lever. A flap in the dash that lets air go in to the heater core whin you set it to cold that flap should close stoping any air from going in the heater core yours is not working could be hung or the controls are lose or bad.The heater core always being hot. There are control flaps that keep the air from passing directly through the heater, but it just ends up heating the entire vent system structure to the point where the air flowing nearby gets heated indirectly.if there is coolant in the heater core and the hoses, the heat will eventually get there. Drain the heater core and the hoses going to it, then attach everything with the valves closed. core is stuck in the hot position. The repair of this involves replacing the heater core. There is a flap in the system that controls the movement of hot air into the cabin and it can become stuck in the open position so there is always hot air coming into the cabin even if the knob on the dash is in the cool position.Also check if the hose is broken.A broken hose which is allowing hot air from the motor into the vehicle.-======== Thanks. keep updated for any more query.you can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Aug 14, 2010


you will have to pinpoint the leak, spary dry the injector., then turn key on and watch to see were the leak is coming from is it the injector , heres a diagram to help you, hope this is helpful.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Feb 08, 2010


timing belt lasts 100k and then slips.
loses power
or
bad MAF sensor.

bad fuel pressure due to bad pump or regulator on front of rail.

can be many many thing , but this is 3 reasons.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Oct 22, 2009


You can use whatever brand of oil you like. The important thing is to choose the right grade of oil or viscosity. If you are in a very cold climate this oil would probably not be suitable at all - too thick. On the other hand, a in a hot climate this would be OK. The Manufacturer's recommended grade for your climate will be in the owner's manual.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Oct 10, 2009

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