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Old 01-03-2016, 10:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys, May you can help me about the proper timing on my Suzuki Every G13b SOHC. Im really confused if is it the timing thats wrong or the timing sensor Crank gear, Here's what happened to it. I had a problem with the water pump at first so i had to remove it and my big mistake is that i didnt mark my timing first, I had to rely on the markers for the timing,TDC on the Crank and the first problem was at the Camshaft,it has 2 markers "I" and "E",so what i did was to follow the Camshaft pin pointing 6o'clock,the engine starts but wont Rev up.So i started all over again,until i found out that the Crank sensor gear tabs has 2 broken teeth and inspected it if it was newly broken but the signs shows that it was an old marks if it was broken earlier that should leave fresh marks. So i was confused because my engine runs fine before i had it dismantled due to leakage on my water pump. Here are my Questions
1. What is the correct timing marks on it?
2.Does the broken Tabs on the crank timing gear affects power on my engine even it was broken before?

Suzuki Every plus,1.3 SOHC 16 valve G13b
Thanks alot for all your replies!
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Hi
I just checked and I believe the G13b is DOHC 16v.
However the G13bb is SOHC 16v. This is what my GA413 super carry 1999 print workshop manual shows. I can send you a copy if you think it's correct and any help.
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Thanks,yah its GA413 i also searched for it i just based in the name plate attached to my car it says G13b, Can you kindly send me a engine manual.Im very greafull for it.Thanks! [email protected]
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Thanks Sir Dudleydo for your great help. Thumbs Up!!!
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