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Gadget's 2019 hearing aid SZ5

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01 Oct 2019 08:41 #214095 by facade
Is that plastic box underneath actually a fuel filter? I thought it was the charcoal filter for the EVAP system, which used to be under the bonnet on the drivers side on the GEN3.

If it does contain fuel under pressure I suppose I will get a guard, but it seems a bit of an omission by Suzuki if it is so vulnerable, they included an attempt at a fuel tank guard as standard.

If it suddenly breaks, go back to the last thing that you did before it broke and start looking there :)
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01 Oct 2019 09:38 #214096 by CC Baxter
I think you're right about the EVAP cannister. I was puzzled why they'd moved this under the car, think I'll investigate further.
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18 Oct 2019 17:51 #214901 by Gadget
I've been putting it off all week due to the weather, but finally found time to install my Jimnybits rear recovery points ahead of the Bigjimny meet this weekend.

What should have been a very simple bolt-on exercise was complicated by needing to remove the OEM tow bracket (aka 'the plow') first and being unable to move the bumper completely out of the way due to the parking sensor wiring.

Much swearing later, all done and garnished with some rated 3.25T shackles. I considered soft shackles, but the relatively sharp edges of the recovery points made me stick with steel.

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18 Oct 2019 19:25 #214910 by Daniel30
Very nice :)
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18 Oct 2019 20:11 #214912 by Soeley
Can you turn one of the shackles around please :)
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18 Oct 2019 20:14 #214913 by Daniel30

Soeley wrote: Can you turn one of the shackles around please :)



:woohoo: but then the writing won't match it does my head in too :silly: :silly: :silly: :silly:
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18 Oct 2019 20:21 #214915 by Soeley

Daniel30 wrote:

Soeley wrote: Can you turn one of the shackles around please :)



:woohoo: but then the writing won't match it does my head in too :silly: :silly: :silly: :silly:


We need Left and Right handed shackles :huh: :lol:
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18 Oct 2019 20:32 #214916 by Daniel30
Yes most definitely :laugh: :laugh:
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19 Oct 2019 08:48 #214925 by Gadget
Hehe, I was torn between having the pin orientation match and having the lettering visible on both. It's ok though, I'm not leaving them in place :)

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30 Nov 2019 09:32 #216078 by Gadget
Bought a set of Heko (Polish brand) wind deflectors that were recommended on Instagram. Really sturdy and very low profile, slotting into the window channel, rather than sitting on the surface of the door. Only took a couple of minutes to fit.

Tested up to 70mph and they completely eliminate wind buffeting when the window is down.




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08 Dec 2019 19:53 #216297 by naylar
me too! then went for a drive in the Holme Valley :o)

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08 Dec 2019 20:58 #216302 by Grima
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Thankyou for your input on this site. I have also fitted a switched USB socket where the start/stop would be. Earth to door hinge bolt, the live you fed to the fuse box on piggy back.. Was it not easier to pull off the front rubber grommet & feed the wire straight to the live on the battery? Or would this not be safe to do? My reason being you can't refit the fuse box cover. This is all new to me, any advise would be appreciated. Thanks Steve.
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