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  1. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    I had a mechanic look at my 1991 Sidekick, because it was surging on warm idle. He figured out that it was either the thermal sensor or the MAP sensor. I have the thermal sensor on order, but the MAP sensor was really expensive. The cheapest price I found was 445.00 CAD, because it has to be...
  2. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    The power steering pump and pulley have crapped out in my 94, and we can’t find a new part that will have both. There is someone on fb that was a 96 model that should have both. Would the 96 model pump and pulley be compatible with my 94?
  3. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    I'm looking at my options for changing some of the styling of my 89' Sidekick with easy to do or minimal fabrication. Has anyone done a conversion or found something that can be fitted from another vehicle? Affordable options seem limited for direct replacement. Do Ford ranger lights fit?
  4. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    Hello all. I just got my first tracker a month ago and was super stoked. It is a 1994 2 door convertible manual. Unfortunately last week it started losing power on hills and so I stopped driving it and now it wouldn’t drive at all. I had my dad look at it and he discovered that it was the...
  5. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    I inherited a '93 sidekick 1.6L 8v 5spd that has pretty much sat for the last 6 or so years. was only started and moved from time to time to mow around it. when I start it up it idles briefly around 1200-1000 rpm and then drops to 800 rpm and starts bounces up and down from 500 to about 1100...
  6. Dealer Sticker: 1998 Suzuki Sidekick JLX Sport 4x4

    Dealer Sticker: 1998 Suzuki Sidekick JLX Sport 4x4

    Dealer Sticker: 1998 Suzuki Sidekick JLX Sport 4x4 Bought the car off original owner, 60k miles.
  7. Dealer Sticker: 1998 Suzuki Sidekick JLX Sport 4x4

    Dealer Sticker: 1998 Suzuki Sidekick JLX Sport 4x4

    MA dealer sticker.
  8. 1998 Suzuki Sidekick JLX Sport 4x4, 1.8 4 Cyl (2) DOHC

    1998 Suzuki Sidekick JLX Sport 4x4, 1.8 4 Cyl (2) DOHC

    Bought with 60k on the clock, one owner. Hard life near the seaside though (rust) . Runs like a top.
  9. 1998_Sticker_HULL.jpg

    1998_Sticker_HULL.jpg

    The dealer sticker came with the Side kick when IO bought it. One owner, 60k miles.
  10. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    I got a 94 sidekick. An on the front behind where the licence plate would be closer to the passenger side, there is fairly large bolt. Is it possible to mount a hook or other recovery tool to it. I did have the front loop on the bottom driver side but it broke off while being used. Many thanks...
  11. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    Hey getting error code P0406 and with it my gas mileage goes to maybe 15mpg. I inspected wires to ogr sensor, took of ogr valve and cleaned it and replaced gasket. Car ran great for 15miles then service engine light came back on and now it is parked. Should i just bite the bullet and buy the new...
  12. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    Hey all, I recently purchased a 1989 Suzuki Sidekick. It is a 5sp manual, awd, 2 door, EFI. When I start it up cold it has a tough time starting and I have to crank it multiple times. Also, it revs extremely slowly under 2000 rpm. Can anybody help figure out the problem?
  13. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    Hello Guys, I am Mahmoud from Egypt and I had Sidekick 2 doors 3 years ago and I sold it before I travel and decided to Start Sidekick project so I need your advice and help First, what do you think 2 doors or 4 doors? I am a little bit confused I feel 2 doors are good enough since I don't...
  14. Sidekick/Escudo/Vitara/ Geo/X-90 &Tracker(’89-’98)
    So my sidekick started losing a lot of coolant last month and I've spent ages trying to find the source of the leak. After Pressure testing and looking for trails with a UV dye I decided to remove my engine to inspect the rear of the block. I believe I have finally found the source of the leak...
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