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Filed Under (Suzuki) by admin on 16-06-2010
Manual locking hubs engage and disengage front wheels from axle shafts on 4WD vehicles. These hubs are are optional. When hubs are engaged in LOCK position, wheels and axle shafts rotate together. When hubs are disengaged or unlocked in FREE position, front wheels free-wheel on hub bearings. REMOVAL & INSTALLATION MANUAL LOCKING HUB Removal 1) Position locking hub in FREE position. Remove cover-to- body retaining bolts. Remove cover assembly and gasket. 2) Remove snap ring from drive axle. Remove body-to-hub retaining bolts. Remove body and gasket. See Fig. 1. CAUTION: Lubricate sliding surfaces with multipurpose grease, but DO NOT pack hub with grease.
Filed Under (Suzuki) by admin on 31-12-2010
Engine Options for the Samurai There are a number of possibilities for changing the engine in your Samurai, depending on where you live and what you want to accomplish. Suzuki Sidekick or Geo Tracker I (1989-1995) – The block from the 1.6 8-valve Sidekick or Tracker can be swapped in easily. This is by far the simplest upgrade, requiring modified engine mounts, transmission adapter plate, and provision (some sort of lift, or an adaptation from a G12 series engine) for the oil pan. Intake and Exhaust Manifold will fit, and finally the addition of an electronic fuel pump since the 1.6 head does not have lobes on it for the fuel pump. Petroworks can supply almost all necessary parts required for this task. Motors are a little harder to come by though. The next level to this swap would be the use of the Sidekick/Tracker Throttle Body intake system. This is a much more complex task and requires the complete under hood wiring harness, parts of the under dash harness, and computer from a donor car. Modification of the harness is required to install it into the Samurai. TR Also, the Speedometer cluster needs to be modified on the Samurai to add in a Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS). This is needed by the computer to adjust timing during operation. Suzuki Swift – This is a G13 series engine with a counterbalanced crankshaft, twin overhead cams and fuel injection. One of the easier swaps to make, requiring only some minor wiring changes and a hole in the Samurai’s firewall for the horizontally mounted distributor (this engine was originally designed for a transverse mounting). Suzuki Sidekick or Geo Tracker II (1993-1995) – The motor from these cars are 1.6 16v, multiport fuel-injected. These motors are usually found in 4 door cars and will say “16 Valve” On the valve cover, Timing Belt cover or injector manifold. This is a much more complicated swap and requires a lot of wiring to interface with the Samurai harness.
Filed Under (Pontiac) by admin on 29-05-2010
1. Perform diagnostic system check. See DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM CHECK. After performing diagnostic system check, go to next step. 2. Turn ignition off. Spray right front wheel speed sensor jumper harness thoroughly with a 5 percent saltwater solution (2 teaspoons of salt to 12 ounces of water). Disconnect EBCM/EBTCM connector C1 (“W” body), connector C2 (“J” body, Cutlass and Malibu) or 32-pin connector (Achieva, Alero, Grand Am and Skylark). See EBCM/EBTCM LOCATION under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Using DVOM, measure resistance between speed sensor signal high circuit and speed sensor signal low circuit of EBCM/EBTCM connector. On “W” body, resistance should be 1020-1137 ohms at 68°F (20°C). On “J” body, Achieva, 1998 Grand Am and Skylark, resistance should be 1530-1870 ohms at 68°F (20°C). On Alero, Cutlass, 1999 Grand Am and Malibu, resistance should be 950-1250 ohms at 68°F (20°C). If resistance falls within this specified range, go to next step. If resistance is not within this specified range, go to step 11) .
Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 22-04-2010
INTERIOR LIGHTS Fig. 40: Courtesy Lamps Circuit Fig. 41: Instrument Illumination Circuit Cover 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
2005 SYSTEM WIRING DIAGRAMS Jeep – Grand Cherokee
Filed Under (Jeep) by admin on 19-06-2010
Model(s): 1996-99 Chrysler (NS) Town & Country 1996-99 Chrysler (GS) Voyager 1996-98 Jeep (ZJ) Grand Cherokee 1996-98 Jeep (ZG) Grand Cherokee (International Market) The Memory Seat/Mirror Module (MSMM) (on ZJ/ZG the module is for the seat only) detects and remembers where the end of seat travel (called “soft stop”) is in each direction. A soft stop is set in MSMM memory when the position sensing feedback voltage, controlled by a potentiometer on the motor end, fails to change. The feedback voltage potentiometers vary the position sensing feedback voltage based on seat position/movement (no movement, no change in position sensing feedback voltage). The seat motor automatically stops at the soft stop on any subsequent movement so the motor does not run into a stall condition (end of travel). The soft stop limits will be updated any time the MSMM senses a mechanical stall (such as when something is stuck under or behind the seat that causes the seat to stop moving). These soft stops can prevent the seat from being able to have memory positions set over the full range of travel. Also, positions that were previously programmed to locations beyond an updated soft stop limit will not be recalled as they are “out of range.”