Question about 1995 Geo Tracker
I have no clicks, no buzzing nadda after I shut it off. I have no lites on dash nadda. After several attemps at starting I finally get the ignation key buzz, lites on dash n cracking the she will start. It only did this once after sitting all day at work but almost always does it after long drives. I replaced the starter. Any other ideas? Thanks
No its was no the the starter,
the stater does not kill lights.
the dash light being out is the KEY clue to this.
i have full schematics on this care and if you give email they are yours.
the battery , feeds the huge fuse on the right fender well on top.
these mains feed the fuse panel in the cab, above left knee.
so , using a voltmeter check the power at both panels when it fails (HL on will help make it fail)
bad battery cables , corroded battery terms.
corrosion under fender fuse box
last is corrosion on cab fuse panel.
a voltmeter must find 12.5vd at the battery.
and at the fuse panels.
if not , bad connections or a bad battery.
some battery drop to 10v , all by selves.
and is a bad battery.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the very same problem with my 94 tracker and it turned out to be something simple. My check engine light had popped on after it had hit 100,000. I went through all of the suggestions that people had suggested (unplug battery......etc) and still to no avail. Searching the internet, I came across a website called suzukiforum.com and there, this guy was able to help me with my problem. It turned out to be a maintenance switch that kicks on every 50,000 miles. This switch is like a secret that the auto manufactures use to ploy owners of their cars to bring to the dealer and then rack up the dollars in unnecessary "repairs". The switch is located under the dash and can be hidden anywhere. From the assistance of the guy on the forum, he was able to send me photos of this damn switch and possible locations where it may be mounted. I found mine in about 5 minutes, where it was attached to the steering column. It's a tiny switch, that you slide up or down, depending on what position it is in upon finding it. If it's up, then slide it in the down position and visa versa. Once you do this, the check engine light will go off. Make sure you do not have the car running and you can even unhook one of the battery posts, just to make sure you don't hit anything while rooting around under the dash. Good luck!
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
first you remove the wheel then the break caliper then remove the locking hubs just remember to lay out the parts in order a special tool is called for but this job can be done without it you have to use a small cold chisel and a hammer to tap the large nut counter clockwise to remove, you can then remove the outer bearing and the rotor and hub assembly look on the back side reomve the bearing seal and inner bearing be sure to pack your new bearings with grease before you reassemble . takes less than an hour.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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