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i have a suzsuki samuri jeep but i dosnt run its been sitting in a pasture for a while. the bodys fine but the engine is no good

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  • i have a suzsuki samuri jeep but i dosnt run its been sitting in a pasture for a while. the bodys fine but the engine is no good

    i have a suzsuki samuri jeep but i dosnt run its been sitting in a pasture for a while. the bodys fine but the engine is no good. any help?

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    the first thing to think about is how old it is and wether it is worth the tiom & money to fix itnew battery, spark plugs spark plug wires, change the oil, drain gas tank, new filters,

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    • #3
      drain the carburator check all of the wiring the gas line could be stopped up, if your not a good mechanic or just dont have the time a new engine will be the best but it'll be high

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      • #4
        Yea i took it to a mechanic and he said its not worth it. but what kind of engine would i put in it. im thinking of put an old voswagen engine in it and converting it to deisel.

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        • #5
          The best thing about this vehicle was to change the oil, you just tipped it over, which it did easily by taking a corner too fast. Check with Consumer Reports,
          this vehicle was not very safe on the road, let alone taking it anywhere off road.

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          • #6
            yea it has a very narrow wheel base but im not goin to take it around corners or even pick up to much speed i just need a vehicle to get me up a hunting trail.

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            • #7
              I remember Consumer Reports was sued and eventually made some level of concessions for this little vehicle. Meh.

              The engine is essentially a motorcycle engine, but depending on the year it might have fuel injection. If it's been sitting for a while, check the brakes, change the fluids, check the hoses and wires, get a new battery, after that see if she starts. If no start you go from there.

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