BigJimny Off-road (North) 2022

 

10th July 2022

 

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Changing a CAM sensor on a Gen3

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Having read the fault codes, I needed to change the CAM Sensor, so it was out with the video camera for a new video. 

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Code reading a Gen3 and Gen4 Jimny

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An error code on BigJImny gave me an excuse to roll out my Code Reader to see what was wrong and also look at Gerald (LittleJimny) to see what the reader can see. 

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Fitting vented disks to a Gen3 Jimny

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My Gen3 Jimny is so big and heavy it does not stop well. Whilst it does pass the MOT, I think the brakes need sorting so I have updated it to vented disks. Here is a quick video

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Disk upgrade for a Gen4

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Whilst investigating upgrading the disks on my Jimny I tried the kit on a Gen4!

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Fitting a Snorkel to a Gen4 Jimny

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With the Gen4 being a new Jimny and also being discontinued (hopefully temporary) in Europe, properly designed Snorkels are hard to come by. There are some "traditional" shaped ones appearing on the market from TJM and Chinese suppliers and a tubular one from Australia but only Mongolia and Brazil have snorkels shaped to match the design of the Gen4. The Brazilian ones are made for Suzuki in Brazil so are the "official" snorkel. However, Brazilian trading regulations make them hard to come by using the official channels. I have spent 6 months exploring the official route, with proper payments to Suzuki and proper export and finally got my hands on some. Here is the fitting video! 

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