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Vacuum leak and sounds like you need to bleed your clutch. Bleeding the clutch is not that hard. For the vacuum leak, the main place you want to check is the actuator that should be under the battery tray. Look around for cracked lines, or lines that look older. Now to bleed the clutch, you want to follow the lines that go under the vehicle and there will ...


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On top of what Paul already suggested... It is interesting that it is 2nd, 4th, and reverse (assuming that reverse is next to 4th) since they are all on the bottom half. Not sure what would break/wear out to cause that. Follow the cable from to pedal to the throw out arm to check for damage. Check the connections at the pedal and the transmission. Have ...


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It depends whether the EGR valve is stuck open or shut. Stuck open would cause drivability issues and decrease MPG. Stuck shut would cause no adverse affected apart from the check engine light (in some vehicles it may go into limp mode). The reason is that a engine to run most efficient it needs cold, clean and dry air; the EGR valve lets the hot, dirty, ...


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This is the same thing as a suzuki tracker geo tracker and a chevy tracker. It has several european, asian, and south american models. It shares many parts with suzuki samurais (and their regional counterparts), some 4 cylinder early grand vitaras. The short block is also very similar, and sometimes the same, as the geo metro, chevy metro, suzuki swift, ...


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That transmission stores codes for troubleshooting purposes. I suggest you get the codes read first to see if this helps diagnose the issue. This is a complicated transmission to diagnose, I suggest you find a competent transmission shop.


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I would try and readjust the clutch again and see if that helps. According to the Haynes manual: ... there should be 1-2 milimeters of free play at the bell crank lower end. That's not very much play. Secondarily, I see from this forum, you might have an issue akin to one I had on my car way back when. Check the firewall where the cable goes through. ...


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There's a chance that you have a loose headlight assembly bolt. Grab the headlight assy. and try moving it in different directions. if this isn't the case, the lamp adjustment screw could be broken and you'd likely need a new assembly. try using different sizes of phillips head screwdrivers. chances are the shaft of the driver is too wide to turn the ...


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Which sensor does the code say is bad? You should have 2 oxygen sensors, one before the catalytic convertor and one after. Be sure to check everywhere from the exhaust manifold to the muffler. I don't specifically where the o2 sensor are in your model, but check the cat itself as well.


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