I have a 2000 Korando, apparently it is running in limp mode for some reason, can you tell me how to fix this problem? I also am wondering if you know what size speakers are in the vehicle, as I would like to change the ones in it. Hope you can help. Thanks.
Im More of a electronic person, But I drive a 2006 korando. Ive had one
or two small issues, But was able to solve them easily With the full
service manual. You can get it free here. http://yama.co.za/forum/index.php?topic=121.0
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you cannot unless you fix the reason for the limp mode
you can reset the ECM using a scan tool but if you don't fix the reason in the first place it will simply go back into limp mode
read the fault codes to find the reason as it can be either engine or transmission
limp mode is activated by the ECM to protect the engine and the transmission. What you have if it is missing would not cause the problem as it would have been evident before the limp mode was turned on. Run the fault codes to determine which sensor activated the limp mode.
You have to clear the codes. But if the problem wasn't fixed it will go right back to limp mode. Have the codes read and repost. Vehicles go to limp mode to save a critical part of the engine or drivetrain.
The program in the CPU that runs the ECM is in limp mode to protect the engine /gearbox from further damage. To turn it off is simple. Repair the fault that put it on and then reset the CPU using a scanner . If you decide just to use the scanner then it will go back into limp mode fairly quickly.
it can only be these things. (takes testing) what engine, of the 3? what transmission, if A./T is it failing to down shift ? are you attempting 6000 rpm parked. if under load what load.? 1: yes, stuck in limhome, a scan tool finds this best but non sold in USA period. OBD1 Suzuki (the ECU is Suzuki read label) is not supported . and is one reason suzuki is chapter 11 , imho. 2: loss of power from engines. (compression tests find this is in 30mins. work.) 3: bad spark , check spark quality and timing>? 4: timing belt slipped, some are DOHC opted motors, even 1.8L. 5: bad fueling. (too lean or too rich) 6: limp home will trip for 5 or more reasons, but the CEL glows for most running so the first test is , keyon does CEL glow? if not fix that first once the CEL lamp is glowing key on, see if the lamp stays off running., if not, IT Has sTORED DTC, ERROR CODES. PULL THEM.
The transmissions available in your caravan are problematic for having a bad solenoid pack. Once the transmission is set in the LIMP IN mode, then you need to take it to a dealer to get the code reset from the transmission and to get it diagnosed properly. I'm sure there will be a code such as, "trans solenoid stuck in LR" which means " low range" if the transmission went into limp in mode, then that simply means it defaulted to second gear only. Which is telling you to have it looked at asap. I'm sure if you repalce the transmission solenoid pack and gasket and perform the re-learn procedure, then your problem will go away. good luck!
i have a 2000 s60 2.0t and got the software update due to the recall.
it apparently was some kind of safety measure when a fault of some kind
occurred but it nearly got someone killed while overtaking and thats
why the recall happened. sounds like the same issue but i could be