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Old 02-22-2015, 06:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Unhappy sj80 1997 suzuki samurai

Hey every one
what website or place in da world can i get parts for the 1997 suzuku samarai. those with the springs coil .is da engine exactly the same s da older suzuki samarais ? Will da engine parts fit? I have a right hand drive sj80 . is there a place on da net that I can put the chassis number not (Vin number) so dat I can locate parts? Cuz everywhere seems to be askin for Vin number we only have chassis or fram numbers .please help
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Old 02-23-2015, 11:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to Suzuki-Forums!

First, we need to know where you are located. Places like North America never had the 'Coily" version of the SJ so we (and there are a lot of us!) cannot really help you.

Secondly - and this is only a point of grammar - the word "da" does not interchange with the word "the" very well. It makes your sentences hard to read at first glance.

Give us a bit more information on where you are located and, hopefully, someone here can point you to a good source for parts!

From what little I do know, the SJ80 and the SJ 413 "Samurai" are very similar and may have the same 1.3 liter engine block and gearbox. I am not sure about the transfer case, though...



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