Question about 2006 Suzuki Swift
Diesel or GASoline, they offered 2 engines 1.3L
google answers that.
one way to find this (besides a goggle search (worked for me 100x)
besides a real FSM or alldata.com look in 1min. flat. is.....
is to learn which of the 56 Suz engines you have.
the WIKI says, its a M13A
armed with that key fact, you can find out anything on that engine.
one way is to read the GATES belt page, see if they sell a belt.
looks like chain
even more easy , is online suzuki oem parts dot com.
no country stated, but its not USA>
so i guess at UK
Posted on Apr 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Also known as a Liana in some markets, this may have either a "G" series or a "J" series motor in it. This can be checked by finding the engine number - either G16B123456 or J18A123456. The G series is belt driven, while the J series is chain driven (2 chains).
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
The crankshaft pulley has a hole in it, just above the key. It should be straight up and lined up with the mark on the engine.
The cam pulley also has a hole, and it should be lined up with the little v in your camshaft cover. Put the belt on, line it up, and turn the engine over with a wrench or socket, 2 complete revolutions. Everything should be exactly the same place as when you lined it up. If not, you are out one cog, and will have to do it again.
Make sure the cam is on compression stroke when you line it up. Both valves on #1 cylinder should be fully up... in the closed position.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
with the belt off; turn the crankshaft to #1 piston top-dead-center. Next turn the camshaft until both valves on the #1 piston are closed; then: check the distributor to see that the rotor is pointing to #1 spark plug wire.(if not go around again until the rotor points at the #1 wire.) If you are correct you will now see the timing marks on the cam and, the crank pulleys.
line up the mark on the belt to the marks on the pulleys and, slip the belt on; then tighten the belt.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
SOURCE: Whinning Noise when cold.
Timing belts don't while because they don't slip! Could be the water pump/alternator belt.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you...Its a high pich whinning noise when started cold ...you can hear it especially when accelerating. goes when engine is warm:("
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