Re: 2011 Kizashi Service Manual

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avluis
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murcod wrote:
avluis wrote: I am also hosting the official service manual in my Synology NAS and I happen to have a port open for it and a DDNS link. I use this to get it all, and I hope you can make use of it as well. If you have any connection issues, please let me know.
Official Suzuki Kizashi Service Manual - Web Hosted
Please respect this link and do not post elsewhere.
It is known that this manual has a few bugs of its own, if a page does not change, just refresh and try again.
It also does not work well with chrome, so please use firefox.
You can bookmark the real link to this manual once you read the page I link to, but do not share that bookmark.
:cry: Has anyone noticed the service manual appears to be offline/ gone?
Server had a hiccup, while restoring a few files the apache service did not restore itself, but its back up again.
Please test.
2011 Kizashi Sport GTS MT
I do all my installs. <-- Service Manual.
Pulley, Springs, Shift Knob, Sway Bar, Brake Lines, Piggyback, LED lamps, Remote Start, Heated Seats, Heated Mirrors & Turn Signals.
murcod
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Thanks- it's back up again. :)

I must have just timed it badly, it was the first time in a week or two I'd tried to access it.
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Quick heads up, currently moving so server will be down until the 16th.
Getting fiber installed so 50 up/down.
2011 Kizashi Sport GTS MT
I do all my installs. <-- Service Manual.
Pulley, Springs, Shift Knob, Sway Bar, Brake Lines, Piggyback, LED lamps, Remote Start, Heated Seats, Heated Mirrors & Turn Signals.
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avluis wrote:Quick heads up, currently moving so server will be down until the 16th.
Getting fiber installed so 50 up/down.
I'm only a little jealous. I have to wait until late 2015 just to sign up for a fiber connection through Google Fiber. Which means that they probably aren't going to get around to installing it in my area until 2016.
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At least Google Fiber will be available for you then. That option would be lovely here (with their prices) but can't hate what I can't have...
2011 Kizashi Sport GTS MT
I do all my installs. <-- Service Manual.
Pulley, Springs, Shift Knob, Sway Bar, Brake Lines, Piggyback, LED lamps, Remote Start, Heated Seats, Heated Mirrors & Turn Signals.
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I miss fast bandwidth. We had 75/35 in NYC and that was just a step up from base speeds. We could actually get 500/250 at our place, but that was pretty expensive.
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Showoff. :lol:

Comcast and Charter have both started to roll out 100Mbps connections at reasonable prices. We actually have fiber terminating in our apartment in MKE like we did in NYC, but the building has a contract with a 3rd party company that provides only one speed--17/2.5. Enough for me to work, but barely. :(
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I'm on 50/10 for $35/mo but the things I'd do for gigabit Internet...
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bootymac wrote:I'm on 50/10 for $35/mo but the things I'd do for gigabit Internet...
That's definitely a good price for that speed.

Back in the day when 6M was fast, I needed as much upload bandwidth as I could obtain. But upload was only a paltry 256k. So I went multi-wan, having 3 cable modems. I kept this setup until upload speeds went above the 2M mark. But it was nice having 25/5 x 3 when that was as fast as it could get. :twisted:
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