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Old 09-19-2015, 10:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys i am trying to find on the internet the correct service manual and part numbers manual of jimny 2005 for transmission but with buttons for transfer case, because i've got to change the ball bearings of my transmission! Does anyone know something to help me please and send me something? Thanks for your time.
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This site is good for part numbers. You may have to search though a few until you find the electrically operated transfer-box.

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There is a kit available through eBay:

Jimny 1.3 inj R72 gearbox bearing oil seal repair rebuild kit | eBay
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That looks a nice kit with quality bearings. The seller states for 05 onwards with transferbox that splits side ways, not top bottom. I thought jimny's all spilt sideways ??

I though 05 onwards was just electric selection instead of manual lever.
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I'm getting confused now (silly old bugger).
We are looking at transmission, what's the transfer box matter
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Think I'm barking up the right tree now

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We're looking for transmission.I mentioned the transfer box, to saw you, that my model is this with bootons for 4W. R27 transmission. You're very close to solve the problem with spair parts but not yet.I went at a SUZUKI service, I saw these photos that I sent you, to recieve a drawing with the parts and they gave me the parts from sn413v. 5 drawin, which we have apparently, at the link you sent me, but there is a difference at the ballbearing number 14 :09262-20145 and they say that the correct is 09262-20161 they are both 20*52*15 bearings and 6304 that we have at the kit at ebay but with out gup for the safty ring, I m not sure but I think from the drawing that this bearing has safty fuse on it .Very serious different .I'm very confused generally but thank you very much guys for your time. This happens because SUZUKI doesn't give spare parts and not drawings. I leave in Greece haha. At SUZUKI I have to pay 300? and from some stors that I know I have to pay only 100?
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My jimny spair parts problem
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I have done this, still looks correct



Also have been through my files. Expect a PM
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This might help:

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