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  1. Suzuki Esteem & Baleno Forum
    Hi all, The front end of my Suzuki Baleno 2016 was damaged by road debris. Trying to work out what’s damaged. The mechanic says it’s both the radiator and AC condenser and both need replacing. I don’t see how both can be damaged from such a small impact. Can anyone enlightenment me as to the...
  2. Suzuki Carry & Every Forum
    Hi All got a slightly corroded and pitted pipe which the top hose runs into, this is causing a leak. potentially going to try jb marine weld after cleaning and sanding, any other thoughts? Cheers Tom
  3. Suzuki Esteem & Baleno Forum
    I recently bought an Esteem 2000 model, after few days I am facing below issues. Engine heating - indicator shows more than above 50% after just driving about 3 km ( normal speed in city limits - generally driven in second gear). When I open the bonet to see what's happening its frightening to...
  4. Other Suzuki Models
    First of all... I'm not overheating. YEAH!! My baffle is... The other night I started my car and where I was parked was against a curb where my daughter couldn't get in the car. So I immediately moved forward so she could open the door and get in. Then I noticed the car was already at temp. I...
  5. Suzuki SX4 Forum
    Hello everyone. My name is Rashid, and I have a JDM Suzuki SX4 2007 as my first car ever. I love it. So today I took it to my friend who deals car cooling systems (A/C specifically) because I noticed a flushing light on the A/C knob, which according to user manual, that means a problem with A/C...
  6. Wanted
    94 Suzuki Sidekick jx ... Needs literally everything in the engine replaced or upgraded. Previous owner was a let's say "child of the night" kind of guy and did a number on the thing. Radiator and all its components, air intake and all its components, pretty much want to supe her up as I go and...
  7. 3G (2006-2014) Vitara & Grand Vitara
    I'm finding that the ARB Radiator Plate and supporting cross member is easily pushed back, leaving the radiator exposed while offroad. I also have the full ironman protection plates fitted, which have the 3 fingers angled upwards. I doubt there would be any radiator protection plates on the...
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