Tim, Going back to way earlier discussions on Valve Lash on a 06 GV. I am puzzled with what I am finding. As an example; I show the gap between the shim and cam is larger than spec (.356MM exhaust - measured) , but I am showing no wear or very little (<.005mm) on the shims (based on the stamped shim #). This doesn't seem to make since, I would think they would get tighter not more loose. Does something else wear, bucket or valve stem? I have double and triple checked my measurements. Any insight you could provide would be greatly appreciated.
I have a 2009 Grand Vitara with no aux input. In reading through the forum, I see that you've helped many others with the same problem. It's the original Clarion stereo with the disc changer. I'm interested in purchasing your adapter, if you think it would be compatible.
I have a 2009 Suzuki SX4 Crossover with the Tech/Navi package, XM and iPod interface. While this is great, I would be happier if I could just connect my portable XM without having to pay for a second mebership. Do you still have the AUX adapter cable? Couls you get back to me with the specifics? Thank you, Javier firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, I recently purchased a used 2009 Grand Vitara and I found that there's no aux jack for my iPod. In doing some research I see that you've helped many others with the same problem. It's the original stereo with the disc changer. If you could please write me at email@example.com I'd like some info on your adapter. Thank you so much, I'm looking forward to hearing from you!
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