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96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
01-05-2019, 03:09 AM
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96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
Is there a flywheel other than the original p/n which is NLA that will work on my 96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 5-speed? Thanks for your help!
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01-06-2019, 11:51 PM
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RE: 96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
j18 engine. may also fit j20a
only suzuki made them
and only sold them at huge prices new,, or endless autowreckers,
car-part.com
http://www.car-part.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi
i see many

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01-07-2019, 02:46 AM
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RE: 96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
(01-06-2019 11:51 PM)fixkick Wrote:  j18 engine. may also fit j20a
only suzuki made them
and only sold them at huge prices new,, or endless autowreckers,
car-part.com
http://www.car-part.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi
i see many

Thanks for the reply. I found the following at Monster Factory Parts, Suzuki Genuine Factory Part
Part Number: 1262060A01. Although the part number is not the same it appears from their description that the flywheel will work for my application??? I also found the original part number at a Japanese source, FLYWHEEL Suzuki 12620-77E00-000 but it is much more expensive, almost double! Question is, will the US sourced part work???
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01-07-2019, 08:17 AM
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RE: 96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
77e codes worked on first j18s 1996
and then j20
you are very confused, 60a is the first ever g16s and for sure useless
i dont have m parts list here now, in SA south america , on vaction
but we answered this many times here before. so I willl search here next this forum
cheers and happy newyear.

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01-07-2019, 08:41 AM
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RE: 96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
1262077E00

discontinued
esteem j20 nogood
this 5peed fly has CKP sensor cuts in it, and must match this cars ECU, and CKP AND ALL THAT.
THE CKP ON ON REAR OF j18 BLOCK BEHIND THE FLYWHEEL.
There is no fooling any of that.
the 1999 J20 vitara is 1262077EA0
$500 and will no work I bet, CKP will fail

what is wrong with yours? ring gear bad only.?
or scored too deep to mill it?
only wreckers will have this part. (at fair price) only them.
for MT , AT is a flex plate so that is useless too.

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01-07-2019, 08:42 AM
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RE: 96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
not withstanding www endless google searches, for exact PN,,,, 77e , for new old stock, in USA, this car is USA canada only , j18 is.
its a destrocked J20.

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01-07-2019, 01:51 PM
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RE: 96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
(01-07-2019 08:42 AM)fixkick Wrote:  not withstanding www endless google searches, for exact PN,,,, 77e , for new old stock, in USA, this car is USA canada only , j18 is.
its a destrocked J20.

I did indeed find many used flywheels on Car-Part. Will call around to find one in good condition. I have not removed the flywheel from my vehicle yet, it is still operational but there is some slippage and the car has done 234k miles so I wanted to be prepared to replace the flywheel if necessary when I get around to removing it. Would it be easier to pull the engine versus dropping the transmission to service the clutch/flywheel?
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01-10-2019, 10:33 PM
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RE: 96 Sidekick Sport 1.8 Flywheel
i bet the flywheel is good , i sure do.
the disc hit the revets....
the PP, springs got to hot sagged and now slips

doing clutch, job only , the method only matter on tools and shop
full shop with lift?
shop with real pit
doing it with 2 right wheels on curb (red neck style said with love)
jack stands
shop with engine hoist
and experience, to me it a a wash. with good tools.
but engine pulls can be pain if exhaust will not come off easy.
and not marking hoses
the fuel rail copper washers lost,ouch.
the 4wd car is much harder.

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