Make sure it's in Park or Neutral.
I can tell you its a pain in the rear end. The PCV is located on the rear valve cover. However, they didnt give you enuf room to get to it, or pull it out, or replace it. And if you do get it out, you run a HIGH risk of disconnecting the tube that goes from the PCV valve into the underside of the intake. And then things really become a pain in the rear.
it probably has air in the fuel line i would turn the key to the run position then bleed the air out of the shrader valve located on the fuel rail ( it looks like a tire valve stem ) then try to start if that dosent work i have seen some Cherokees that you had to use starter fluid to get them to start then they act normal and start on their own after that.
Lower rear end of the engine
the egr valve may be bad call a parts store they should be able to tell you
The voltage regulator is internal to the alternator.
there is no computer on a 1988 suzuki samauri
at the wrecking yard
what ever someone is willing yo pay.
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The 1988 Suzuki Samurai speedometer cable diagram can be obtained from most Suzuki dealerships. The speedometer cable diagram can be found in most service manuals.
it does not have a high pressure switch all it has is a evaporator temp sensor/switch.
Nova Brown Metallic
Convertible 2094 lbs Hardtop 2127 lbs According to the 1988 Drivers Manual
87 trans will fit 88 but not to sure about 88 1/2 and later models