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Old 08-09-2010, 02:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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EDIT: 7/26/16 (Max)

This is a guide just to help Suzuki Forums members find their GV 06+ replacement parts and accessories without fitting worries and all in once place. These are the ones I could collect. Hope it can be useful for you guys.

Service Manual.zip
2007 Suzuki Grand Vitara JB416 JB419 JB420 JB627 Service Manual.zip

http://www.suzuki-forums.com/2g-2006...416-jb419.html

Genuine Parts & Accessories:

Suzuki OEM Parts [California, US]

https://partsouq.com/en/catalog/suzuki U.A.E.

Grand Vitara's Suzuki Sports Shop [Japan]

Aftermarket Accessories:

Lift Kit options: New! 7/25/16
http://www.suzuki-forums.com/3g-2006...s-updated.html

Crutchfield In-dash Receiver Kit (Single DIN)
Crutchfield In-dash Receiver Kit (Double DIN)
Crutchfield Suzuki Receiver Wire Harness
K&N Air Filter for (All Engines)
K&N Oil Filter (V6 2.7L ONLY)
Rasta 4x4 Skid Plate
Rocky Road Lift Kit
Rocky Road Rock Sliders
Rocky Road Roof Rails
Safari Snorkel

ARB Deluxe Bull Bar [Australia]
Ironman 4x4 Suspension [Australia]
SUZISTORE Parts and Accessories [Australia]
Outdoor Auto 4x4 Accessories [Australia]
Asfir 4x4 Skid Plates [Israel]
Jaos Accessories [Japan]
Giz International Skid Plates [Taiwan]
Giz International Snorkel Model 1 [Taiwan]
Giz International Snorkel Model 2 [Taiwan]
Giz International Suspension Kit [Taiwan]
Giz International Wheel Spacers [Taiwan]
4x4 Misutonida Skid Plates [Spain]
más4x4 Overall Accessories [Spain]
Bits4Vits Webshop [UK]
http://www.alteredegomotorsports.com/vitaratracker.html. Canada

The above list is only of GV intended parts and accessories. The reason why I didn't put ARB on the list is because ARB doesn't have GV 06+ intended applications, all ARB products must be modified to fit the GV except for the tools like air compressors, lifts, etc. but all those are generics.

Bulbs Replacement Guide:
(source: Osram Sylvania)


Low Beam: H7
High Beam: 9005 (HB3)
Fog Lights: H11
Parking Lights: 2827
Front & Rear Turn Signals: 992
Tail Light & Stop Light: 7443
Backup Light: 7440
Map Light (Front Roof): 175
Dome Lights (Middle Roof & Rear Roof): 3175
High Mount Stop Light, License Plate & Trunk: 2825

Wheels:
Bolt Pattern: 5 x 4.5" (114.3 mm)
Lug Nuts and Locks Thread Size: 12 x 1.25

Camber Angle Adjustment Bolts (Front)(For Lifted GVs)
Part No.: 81250 (Pair - 2 Bolts)
Size: 12mm
* With 1 Bolt per Tire = ±2°
* With 2 Bolts per Tire = ±4°


Part No.: 81260 (Pair - 2 Bolts) [RECOMMENDED]
Size: 14mm
* With 1 Bolt per Tire = ±2°
* With 2 Bolts per Tire = ±4°


Note: It is recommended to measure the currently installed factory bolt before buying as some year and market models may not fit the 81260 bolts (like 2006's GV for US market). Make sure the metric grade of the bolt you're buying is 12.9 for added security, do not buy anything less than 8.8 grade. Use only one bolt (upper) per tire to adjust the camber angle, leaving the lower factory bolt, it is actually not needed to change the lower bolt for proper angle adjustment. Rear camber angle doesn't need any aftermarket bolts for its adjustment, it can be easily adjusted with factory bolts.

Door Speakers Size:
Front: 6.5"
Rear: 6.5"

Wiper Blades:
Front: 19"
Rear: 12"

MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDED:
(source: Suzuki Grand Vitara Owner's Manual)


Fluids:
Engine Oil: SAE 5W30
Automatic Transmission Fluid: SUZUKI ATF 3317 or Mobil ATF 3309
Brakes and Clutch: DOT3
Power Steering: ATF DEXRON -II (ESSO JWS 2326) or DEXRON -III, or equivalent.

Spark Plugs:
DENSO SK20PR11 or NGK IFR6J11 (RECOMMENDED)

Tire Size & Pressure:
Size: P225/70R16 or P225/65R17
Pressure:
Front: 32 psi
Rear: 32 psi
Spare: 32 psi


*For non-english websites I recommend using Google Chrome browser because it allows to easily translate the websites, not a perfect translation but lets you get a better idea.
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Custom Made Rock Sliders & Roof Cage
Smittybilt XRC8 Synthetic Winch w/Custom Made Mount
Safari Snorkel
Optima YellowTop D34
ARB CKMA12 Air Compressor
Hi-Lift Jack UTV-424 42"
1-inch Wheel Spacers
Crunch 1400W 4 Ch. Amp
SAS NOS Bazooka 8" 350W

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Ironman 4x4 Skid Plates
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Once I saw this bar and completely forgot about it as I thought it was modified to fit the GV (watch below the headlights, there's a part of the original bumper, unless the ARB one comes with this part).

But yes it has to be included.

I apologize, and thanks, any other parts or measures that you guys think it must be included just post it in and it will be taken into consideration.
I'm not really sure what you are talking about here...

The ARB bar does fit, it is purpose designed for the GV ! There is two version available, one for 2006 to 2007/8 models, and one from 2008 forward.

The car will need modifications, but, so will nearly ALL new cars, since the introduction of pedestrian safety crumble zones. Its just a bit of plastic to be cut, and some brazing of the front rails. It's all included in the mounting instructions and hardware for the bar. I did it myself, it was the easy part :-)

The 200 series Toyota Landcruisers are the same.
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HID H11 Lowbeam upgrade
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2x 12" Dali WD12 Subs, 2x300Wrms Infinity Kappa Amp.

Currently 71.000km +7%

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This is a great list!

Soon after I got my GV I began looking for certain accessories/equipment and realized past the dealers cosmetic accessories there isn’t a big market in the US. I searched a bit and found very interesting and appealing accessories overseas. For example, Suzuki’s UK site offers a dual outlet muffler with a cat back exhaust for the diesel with a bumper cover to accept the dual outlets.

I wonder if there are members here (international) who are willing to pick some accessories up for us poor and deprived folks in the US. I would be willing to cough up the funds for the aforementioned exhaust/bumper cover as well as the bull bars & fog lights offered in Australia.

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This is a great list!

Soon after I got my GV I began looking for certain accessories/equipment and realized past the dealers cosmetic accessories there isn’t a big market in the US. I searched a bit and found very interesting and appealing accessories overseas. For example, Suzuki’s UK site offers a dual outlet muffler with a cat back exhaust for the diesel with a bumper cover to accept the dual outlets.

I wonder if there are members here (international) who are willing to pick some accessories up for us poor and deprived folks in the US. I would be willing to cough up the funds for the aforementioned exhaust/bumper cover as well as the bull bars & fog lights offered in Australia.

Cheers!
I'm sure you can order the ARB bars from your local US ARB. If not, let me know.
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ARB Onboard Compressor and 2.5L Tank
ARB Deluxe Bullbar
9500 Lbs Winch
Optima YellowTop D34
Roof Cage with 4x HID 4"
GME TX3100 UHF and 1.2m Antenna
HID H11 Lowbeam upgrade
OutdoorAuto Skidplates Ferrari Red!
OME Front springs +35kg +25mm

2x 12" Dali WD12 Subs, 2x300Wrms Infinity Kappa Amp.

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does anyone know what the recommended brakes for the GV 06 are.
I'll just recommend staying away from Bendix 4wd tough. I got those on mine, the brake ok, but take time to heat up, and while cold they are noisy. Its a bit strange.

I recommend EBC Yellow stuff and Green stuff, but they are difficult to get unless you are in the US. One set of pads are about 135 USD, both 6000 and 7000 series are available. Both are great and will give extra braking power
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9500 Lbs Winch
Optima YellowTop D34
Roof Cage with 4x HID 4"
GME TX3100 UHF and 1.2m Antenna
HID H11 Lowbeam upgrade
OutdoorAuto Skidplates Ferrari Red!
OME Front springs +35kg +25mm

2x 12" Dali WD12 Subs, 2x300Wrms Infinity Kappa Amp.

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hi everyone, im new on this forum... can anyone help me in finding right LCD/DVD player for my gand vitara 2006?

Got mine replaced with one specifically designed to fit the SGV. Costed me less than US$ 400
shipped via UPS from HongKong to Brunei. Almost looked OEM. Even displays "S " logo at
start- up.
Only shortcomings as follows;
1) seek button on steering wheel is giving opposite comand ie when you press the top button its actually skips to previous track rather than skip up to the next track .. ... but this can be reprogrammed.

2) slight unlevelled fitting at the top part but almost unnoticeable.. ... need to put washers at
the top mounting points to level it up.

3) panel lightings are designed for the facelifted model due red while my SGV is the earlier ones
where the panel lightings are predominantly green. .. ..button illuminitations can be changed
between red, blue or purple.

Tested it with 4th gen iPod Touch, it charges the ipod and I can control it at the screen.
Tested the bluetooth with my Android HTC Desire HD , the call function works and I can also
control my audio player through the headunit. The DVD player and radio works fine.
TV tuner works fine. ... .need to purchase antenna separately Reverse camera input works fine.. .. need to purchase reverse camera separately. USB in and Mini SD card slot works fine. Quite a straight forward installation, just "plug and play" and had run the USB and iPod /iPhone connection to the pocket just below the A/C control panel.. .. wanting maintain the "clean"/ uncluttered factory look.
Wholesale 7 " HD car DVD player for Suzuki Grand Vitara with GPS BT RDS IPOD TV
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May the moderator please assign me permissions to keep editing this thread (at least the first post)?
I don't think that is within the Mods power, but I'd be happy to edit for you. Even clean up this thread of individual "fluff" posts if you'd like and do some consolidating of info, to make it smaller / easier to read. Just PM your edit needs to me.

I earlier "sticky'd" the fuel gauge and valve adjustment threads, as they were so popular too.
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There's a guy on eBay selling moulded sand grabbers for the GV

SANDGRABBA MOULDED 4WD MATS TO SUIT SUZUKI GRAND VITARA | eBay
The company that makes these is:
Sandgrabba Mats (Rubber/PVC)

I purchased these and have been happy with them for the best part. Feedback I have is:
- they are very slippery for the first week or two. Once some wear gets to them they become grippy.
- the carpet on the centre console is the only unexposed section. Not a deal breaker but I wished it extended up higher on that side but they don't because there is no real way to secure it.

I would buy it again if I had to, and pay the price cause they are great.
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Don't forget about GIZ International's supplier for skid plates. the cost and shipping price is much lower. I'm getting my front plates for $100 US! The site is fts4x4.com/en/products/

I hope this site helps some of us North American GV owners. And if ppl are interested i am able to import the skid plates (front, transfer case, diff.)
I have tried to "inquire" having these skid plates shipped to Ontario, but have been getting no responses. Apparently they ship all over the world, including quite a bit to Greenland. If they ship to Greenland, than they must ship to Canada. Has anyone had any success with them shipping to Canada?
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Yes I have received skid plates from fts. I live in BC and I got my order 4 days after placing my order. They always were very quick responding to me but I always made sure to email them during business hours over there in Taiwan. The skid plates are very good quality and very good service with faster shipping times than sending a letter within the province. Worth every penny
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