Suzuki 1.6L Index of Articles

If a trouble code P0141 is lighting up the check engine light on your 1.6L Sidekick, this tutorial will help you diagnose it. The diagnostic involves 3 basic tests and... [read more]

Testing the front oxygen sensor's heater, located before the catalytic converter and which causes a P0135 trouble code when it fails, is not hard. In this tutorial I'll... [read more]

Testing the engine compression on your Suzuki Sidekick's (or Geo/Chevy Tracker's) 1.6L 4 cylinder engine is pretty easy. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to do and... [read more]

A blown head gasket will cause several specific conditions. If you suspect that your 1.6L Sidekick (Tracker) has a blown head gasket, you can check for these conditions and... [read more]

NOTE: The mass air flow (MAF) sensor wiring diagram and info in this page apply only to: 1996, 1997 1.6L Suzuki Sidekick - Geo Tracker. Where To Buy The MAF Sensor And... [read more]

You're gonna' be surprised just how easy it is to accurately test the mass air flow (MAF) sensor on your 1.6L Suzuki Sidekick (Geo/Chevy Tracker) with a multimeter. Whether... [read more]

NOTE: The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor wiring diagrams and info in this page apply only to 1996, 1997 Suzuki Sidekick - Geo Tracker. MAP Sensor Wiring Diagram... [read more]

The throttle position sensor assembly, on your 1.6L Suzuki Sidekick (1.6L Geo Tracker or 1.6L Chevy Tracker) is 2 sensors in one. One part of the assembly is the throttle... [read more]

NOTE: The above fuel injector wiring diagram applies only to 1996, 1997 Suzuki Sidekick - Geo Tracker. Power (in the form of 12 Volts DC) comes from the main relay. Where... [read more]