Suzuki Grand Vitara SQ416/SQ420/420WD

since 1998 of release

Repair and car operation



Suzuki Grandee of Wetar
+ General information
+ Maintenance and greasing
+ Heater, ventilation and conditioner
+ Steering
+ Suspension bracket
- Wheels and tires
   - General description
      Tires
      Wheels
      Tires for replacement
      Wheel replacement
      Kolpachkovye nuts and wheel hairpins
   + Diagnostics
   + Servicing and small adjustment
   + Service out of a workshop
+ Forward driving shaft/bearing of a shaft. Oil epiploon
+ Driveshafts
+ Brake system
+ Engines
+ Fuel system
+ ignition System
+ start System
+ release System
+ Transmissions
+ Coupling
+ Transfer
+ Forward and back differentials
+ Windows, mirrors, locks and security measures. Immobilizer
+ Electric equipment





Tires for replacement

In need of replacement of tires it is necessary to replace with tires of that type by which the car was initially completed. See. The table on tires. The tires established at replacement, should be the same size, a design and calculated on the same loading, as initially established.

Use of tires of other size or type can affect a course and driving, speedometer/odometer calibration, a road gleam of the car and a gap between the tire or a protivobuksovochny chain and a body and the chassis.

Do not put on one car different types of tires, for example, radial, diagonal and diagonal with the reinforced breker except for cases of emergency need as it can strongly affect driving, and it is possible to run away.

It is recommended to establish new tires in pairs on one axis. If it is required to replace only one tire, it should be a steam room of that at which the biggest protector, to counterbalance brake coupling.

In metric system pressure in tires is measured in kilopascals (kPa). In the plate on tires pressure in tires is usually pointed both in kilopascals (kPa) and in pounds to square inch (psi).

Metric devices for measurement of pressure are on sale in shops of tools. In the table provided at the left transfer of the most ordinary values of pressure in tires from kilopascals (kPa) in pounds on square inch (psi) is shown.

Transfer:

  • : 1 psi = 6.895 kPa
  • : 1 kgf/cm2 = 98.066 kPa