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I'm looking for a exhaust manifold gasket, and an air filter for a my 1990 Suzuki Every 660. Anyone one know where I can get these parts? Preferably not "Suzuki OEM", they are so much more expensive. Also front brake calipers, rear cylinders and pads. Original Suzuki brake parts are going to be about $900!!

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hi todd

all the gasket that i used was from Federal Mogul. Its a little bit expesive compared to those "taiwan made" but they work better. btw where is your location?
here in the philippines, we tend to just "re-bond" the front and rear brake pads, it'll be the same materials from the orig manufacturer AFAIK and its a lot cheaper.
 

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I live in Vancouver Canada. These vans are imports from Japan and are quite new here. Therefor theres almost no support for parts here. I assume Federal Mogul is the name of a store or a parts brand? We dont have one of those here. Thanks for the info on the brakes.

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Did you replace your exhaust manifold gasket with a Federal Mogul one? If so, do you know the number of the part?

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What I bought, was actually an "overhauling gasket set". It's not entirely a complete set, but it has most of the gasket that I needed. It lacks the gasket for the Oil Pan.

It almost has everything, from intake & ehaust manifold gaskets, to oil seals. It has the 3 oil seals I need . 1 oil seal for the camshaft, and 2 for the crankshafts. about the part number, I don't recall if they have labeled each gasket for their part number. There was just one part number for the whole set but I kinda lost it. I'll try to look for it though.
 

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Totally agree with blue, i recently had my F5A engine rebuilt to standard and i used Federal Mogul all the way. Even the sleeves i used to bring it back to standard were Federal Mogul.
 

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Oh just an add-on, I didn't use the new rocker cover gasket but used the old one as it had those "ear like tags" which hold it in place. It's still holding up but will check when i do the first change oil probably next week. The new one is made of cork and doesn't have these "tags".

Will keep you guys posted on this.
 

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Thanks guys. After taking apart the manifold, I have another surprise...cracked manifold. Anyone have a source for one of these? Its an F6A motor with turbo. Chasis # is M-DB51V-104030. If that helps.

Also i cant find anyone who carries Federal Mogul stuff here in Canada. I'm close to the American border and to places like Shucks etc. Does anyone know who carries Fed Mog in the U.S.?

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Ended up getting it welded and of course it warped a little from the intense heat. Now i have to get it machined to make it fit again. Grrrrr.

Did you find the number for the overhauling gasket set?

Also has anyone found a replacement for the air filter? Even a K&N would be good. Just need the number of the one that fits.

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Todd, NAPA carries Federal Mogul. I am originally from the Oregon coast, not horribly far from where you are. I now live in the Philippines.

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here's what i got

FEDERAL MOGUL

RHG 60302
SUZUKI F5A (3CYL.)
REPLACES 0.E.NO.
11141-79100

HEAD GASKET

2006 Federal-Mogul Corporation
Detroit, MI 48235 U.S.A.

-although this is for an F6A, i think i read from another tread that the head of an F6A fits the block of an F5A. shadow might give you more info on this. hope this helps.
 

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Does anyone out there have a general electrical diagram for a suzuki pickup type, supposedly yr 2000, with an f6a engine maybe, it was rt hand drive, converted, the electrical system is a total mess.
Agree about thermostat stuff, Larry thanks for the info as where to get in Cebu.
Also agree about coolant vs just plain water!!! Would add that use bottled water not water from tap!!! Way too much dissolved minerals in it!!!:)

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Hey Mr. Toddtomorrow, I also live in B.C. and have a 91 every. I would be very interested to know what parts #'s and suppliers you find. Also how long have you had your every and what kind of mileage are your getting. PS where did you buy it from and do they offer any tech support?
 

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The difference between the F5A head and the F6A head, other than the obvious, is that the oil passage is in a different place. On the F5B and F6a, it is on the topside of the block between number 1 and 2 cylinder. On the F5A it is in the front of the block down low.

Therefore, the F5A takes a different head gasket than does the F5B and F6A. The F6A head will work on the F5B block and visa versa, BUT, if you try to install either on an F5A block, you will get no oil to your camshaft and lifters, which will cause the camshaft to seize in a very short time.

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Shoganai said:
Hey Mr. Toddtomorrow, I also live in B.C. and have a 91 every. I would be very interested to know what parts #'s and suppliers you find. Also how long have you had your every and what kind of mileage are your getting. PS where did you buy it from and do they offer any tech support?
I have found the numbers for a Bosch oil filter and a fram filter here at Lordco or Canadian Tire. The fuel filter and air filter were found by the guys at Japanoid. I'll send you the brand names and numbers tomorrow. Late night of work for me.

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