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Old 01-04-2013, 04:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys Ajay Here .

The insurance people down here was being a bunch of dumbasses when they were reparing someones car and took off the serpentine or alternator belt and now I cant seem to get it back on can you guys please set me up with a diagram on how the serpentine or alternator belt goes for a Suzuki Grand Vitara 2012 4 cylinder please guys need help a lot!!!
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get them to fix it, it's their fault.
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I cant seem to get it back on can you guys please set me up with a diagram on how the serpentine or alternator belt goes for a Suzuki Grand Vitara 2012 4 cylinder please guys need help a lot!!!
You didn't say which 4 cylinder, so just in case here's diagrams for all three.
In all but the Diesel, it's just a matter of holding the tensioner back and then installing the belt as shown.
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You didn't say which 4 cylinder, so just in case here's diagrams for all three.
In all but the Diesel, it's just a matter of holding the tensioner back and then installing the belt as shown.
so whats the go for the f9q? is it a manual adjuster?
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so whats the go for the f9q? is it a manual adjuster?
Not vastly different. The tensioner bolt and the breather front hose clip needs to be undone to remove the belt. When refitting, the tensioner bolt has a specific torque setting (50 Nm).
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Anyone got a pic for the JB32 (V6 3.2 litre)?

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Thanks man! also one last thing anyone of you know where I can get an Ac control panel , the front panel just the Ac I need one. Thank you!
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