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Old 08-25-2019, 06:05 AM   #11 (permalink)
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How about these...
https://www.onlinecarparts.co.uk/oen...261067jg1.html
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Entering the correct number makes a difference.

JSAJTD44V00275193

Vehicle Information
COLOR: ZJ3
TYPE: TYPE 3
YEAR: 07 MODEL
BODY: 5DR
ROOF: N/SUN ROOF
MODEL: JB419WD
ESP: W/ESP
HAND: RHD
Option Codes
P0: CIGARETTE LIGHTER NON
L1: AM/FM STEREO ELECTRONIC TUNING + CD + MP3 (9KHZ)
H6: TRUCK: TIRE; P205(4WD)/P195(2WD),WHEEL;8-SPOKE CHROME PLATING; CAR:TIRE;65RADIAL,WHEEL;ALUMINIUM
L: Model series GRAND VITARA 5DR
N: 5DR, 5 seater, STD Roof
L: Body Type METAL TOP
D: Type of Model TYPE 3
9A: Engine and Transmission JB419WD

T: 6AB,ROOFRAIL,FABRIC SEAT,ESP
TRANSMISSION: 7Y01967
ZJ3: BLUEISH BLACK PEARL
SUB_COLOR: C03
E24:
ENGINE NUMBER: F9QB-030684

https://catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki/?la...ZD09MjU2MDU%3D

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Haha who wouldíve thought. Itís interesting that itís saying itís an 07 though as mine is an 08. It was the second release of 08.

That first link you posted, I canít see a parts list for anything. Iím just seeing the same as you posted. Is there something to click on for parts that Iím not seeing. And thanks for your help.


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The parts breakdown is BELOW the diagram.

https://catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki/?la...ZD09MjU2MDU%3D

If this link does not work for you, begin again with your VIN entered into the post #2 link.
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The parts break down is BELOW the diagram.

https://catalogs.ssg.asia/suzuki/?la...ZD09MjU2MDU%3D

If the above link does not work for you, begin again with your VIN and post #2 link.


Youíre a star Max. Thanks so much for your help


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It’s interesting that it’s saying it’s an 07 though as mine is an 08. It was the second release of 08.
Manufactured in one year and labeled as the subsequent calendar year model is a typical sales release posture, dependent on the production run start / completion dates.

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Manufactured in one year and labeled as the subsequent calendar year model is a typical sales release posture, dependent on the production run start / completion dates.

Happy to assist.


No wonder I have so much trouble finding parts. Iíve had people tell me it doesnít exit and a few mechanics have told me they didnít even know they came out in diesel and have asked to look at my motor as theyíve never seen one. Itís a struggle to find anyone here with experience with them. And usually once theyíve worked on it they never want to work on it again haha


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Hi would anyone know of a source to get a harmonic balancer
I got mine from Bursons in Sydney City. By no way cheap.
NRMA repairer did the job for $2600 not including balancer.

But also I've been recommended to look at the clearances of the inlet valves which are critical especially for the impact on the balancer.
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I got mine from Bursons in Sydney City. By no way cheap.

NRMA repairer did the job for $2600 not including balancer.



But also I've been recommended to look at the clearances of the inlet valves which are critical especially for the impact on the balancer.


Ouch. That would hurt the pocket. Luckily for me it turned out the noise was the alternator so not as pricey. I got the timing belt done alternator and all pullies replaced for $1844


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