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Old 09-23-2007, 05:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Suzuki F10A/SJ410/SK410 970cc Petrol Engine Reference - Complete

Hi Guys - for those of you out there who like me is more of a DIY person . Here's some useful info for this engine type:


SJ410/V/K, Jeep ,, 970 cc, 1982-91, Engine Code F10A,
Ignition data

SJ410/V/K, Jeep
Ignition system type: CB
Ignition coil make/type: Mit/-
Supply voltage: n / a
Primary resistance: 1.5 Ohms
Secondary resistance: 10000 Ohms
Distributor make/type: Mit/-
Contact breaker gap/air: 0.4-0.5 mm
Dwell angle: 52 Deg
Ignition Timing - unleaded: 10/850 Deg eng/rpm (without vacuum)
Ignition Timing - leaded: 10/850 Deg eng/rpm (without vacuum)
Timing mark location: Flywheel
No 1 plug location: Pulley
Firing Order: 1-3-4-2
Spark plug make: NGK
Spark plug type: BPR5ES
Electrode gap: 0.7-0.8 mm

Fuel System

SJ410/V/K, Jeep
Fuel type: L/U
Fuel pump type/pressure: Mech/0.25-0.35 bar
Engine idle speed: 800 rpm
Fast idle speed: n / a rpm
CO level at idle speed: 1.5  0.5 Vol %

Engine Data

SJ410/V/K, Jeep
Valve clearance - inlet: 0.13-0.18 c mm (cold)
Valve clearance - exhaust: 0.13-0.18 c mm (cold)
Compression pressure: 12-13.5 bar
Oil pressure: 3-4.5/3000 bar/eng/rpm
Radiator pressure cap: 0.9 bar/type
Drive belt 1 - size: 9.5x750 KDB750 mm/type
Drive belt 2 - size: n / a mm/type

Electrical System

SJ410/V/K, Jeep
Alternator output: 35/3000 Amps/eng/rpm
Regulated output: 3.8-14.8 Volts
Battery: 12/30 V/Ah
Starter motor make/type: Mit/-

Other data

SJ410/V/K, Jeep
Clutch operation type: Cable
Clutch adjustment: 15-25/Pedal mm
Cambelt failure: Damage
Cambelt Part Number: n / a
Tyre pressures: 1.4(20f 1.4(20)r bar (psi)
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Arrow very useful information but..

very useful information but please let me know that if we are gona change the ignition coil to a larger one with heavy duty plugs and wires too what should be the timings angel ? and will it effect on the pick ??
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??? Other sources tell me it should be 8 deg btdc?????

oh and, does anyone have a manual they wunna scan and upload here as a PDF?? im sure loads of people like me will love you for it!
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??? Other sources tell me it should be 8 deg btdc?????

oh and, does anyone have a manual they wunna scan and upload here as a PDF?? im sure loads of people like me will love you for it!


Oh that would be great! Cant find one anywhere...was thinking about writing one with photos and instructions , tips and tricks, but as far as specs its a Hypothesis... I think the timing for a suzuki scrum 12 valve is 12 Degrees but could be 8 degrees BTDC, dont forget to remove the vacuum line to the vacuum advance and plug it with a nail or screw before timing...I have the sticker on mine thats where i got the info...
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i'm in the process of scanning a holden scurry manual (same as suzuki carry) to PDF but with some 400 pages to scan its taking alot longer then i thought.
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i'm in the process of scanning a holden scurry manual (same as suzuki carry) to PDF but with some 400 pages to scan its taking alot longer then i thought.
Oh your a saint! Please keep everyone posted as to where to download the files...

I have a server you can put it on if the forum will not allow so many files...i will be glad to host the files and add a link here on the forum for everyone to download.....cheers!
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heyy guyss! im from the caribbean! i wanted 2 no if the engine from a baleno 1.6 can work in a 2005 suzuki supercarry bolt 4 bolt! my head has ah crack in it n i cnt seem 2 locate ne! tanks guyzz!
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??? Other sources tell me it should be 8 deg btdc?????

oh and, does anyone have a manual they wunna scan and upload here as a PDF?? im sure loads of people like me will love you for it!
just looked it up....8 degrees is correct!
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i'm in the process of scanning a holden scurry manual (same as suzuki carry) to PDF but with some 400 pages to scan its taking alot longer then i thought.
when do you think you will be done with the scans?
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posted it up over a week ago



https://www.suzuki-forums.com/suzuki-...op-manual.html
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