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its got hydraulic lifters (TAPPETS) car might have low oil pressure as these kind of cars ten to adjust thems selves if there all clicking and you have good 5 w 20 gtx oil then i would suspect worn engine bearings you might take the oild pan off look inside see if theres fine metal on bottom of pan while your there look at the oil pump screen and look at the main bearings to see if they are worn down

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You need to visit your Suzuki dealer's parts department, take these with you, VIN number, radio number and proof of ownership. You should call the dealer before you go there because they may know if the radio number is posted somewhere else. I hope this helps. Take car.

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I wanted to help you but I am not familiar with your specific model. Suzukis are sold in America but not this exact model. None of the Suzukis we are familiar with have an Inertia Switch (Fuel Shut Off Switch). Would you please contact the parts dealership and verify that this component exists first. If it is in fact applicable request the service department and ask for the location of the inertia switch. This switch has many locations depending on make and models. You could look behind the glove box liner, lower interior kick panel (driver's or passenger side), below the carpet or behind a labeled access panel in the truck or rear hatch area. I hope this helps. When you have found your solution would you please write back and tell me what you found? Thank you and good luck.

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I remember something from my past. The brake lights are on a different circuit, that is why they still work. The tail lights are in some way connected in the cigarette lighter circuit. The lighter circuit may have been shorted blowing that fuse. Check that fuse and see if that could be your problem. I have also seen where both tail light filaments .have burnt out at the same time. You may need to check the bulbs and replace. I am curious to see how you make out. Good Luck Friend.

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Clockwise to do up.
Anticlockwise to undo.


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First thing I would do is get the transmission fluid changed and make sure the transmission fluid is at the full level. If it still slips, the clutch plates are probably worn and need replacing. That would be a transmission rebuild.

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Air conditioning units are sealed and pressurised if you open the system toxic gas will escape .take it to a air conditioning expert

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I think should be 70 lbs.

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I guess instead of waiting for answers here just google it.. or like go for u can simply get answers to your questions there..

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Turn the stick to the right seven times, until you reach "clock settings" and press once. Turn the analogue stick to the right again until you reach "adjust clock" and press again. Here you can turn the stick either left or right again until you select the correct time

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u will find a lot of wiring diagrams and circuit diagrams help books and stuff like this at reliable-store
the girl in the chat box can help u instantly... im a frequent buyer there since Im a mechanic so take help from there

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You need to check in the vehicle handbook for the correct answer for your vehicle.

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