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
   + Diagnostics
   + Servicing and small adjustment
   - Service out of a workshop
      Wheel
      - Tire
         Installation and dismantle
         Repair of tires
         Specifications of the moment of an inhaling
+ 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





Tire

Installation and dismantle

For installation and removal of tires use the special equipment for replacement. At work follow instructions of the producer of the equipment. At replacement of tires it is not necessary to manage only the manual tool or shinomontazhny shovels so these can damage boards of the tire or a wheel rim.

Landing regiments of a rim should be cleared a wire brush or a rough bristle of greasing, old rubber and a rust raid. Before installation or dismantle of the Board of the tire it is necessary to grease well with the specified greasing for tires.

Having established the tire, pump up it to 240 kilopascals (kPa) (35 pounds on square inch (psi)) so that boards completely rose into place. Then adjust pressure to specified in the plate on tires.

Be not above the tire when inflating. The board can burst, if supports a protective ring ledge of a rim, and to cause a serious trauma.

When inflating do not exceed 240 kilopascals (kPa) (35 pounds on square inch (psi)). If at pressure in 240 kPa (35 psi) boards do not rise into place, lower the tire, once again grease and again pump up. Excessive inflating can break off the tire and cause a serious trauma.

Establish the core of the gate and pump up the tire to demanded pressure.