Question about 2004 Suzuki Verona
How do you change the spark plugs in a 2004 Suzuki Verona also what are the six things on top side of the engine that look like spark plug wires are coming from them as if they are plugs for each of the six cylinders.Where are the spark plug's located on this car? The car shuts off with out warning and I used a generic code reader it gave me a fault of 2119 which the code book did not have that code in it.I used a cheap OEM diagnostic tool I plugged it in the computer terminal under steering column.
I had the same issue with my 04 Verona. Turned out to be the throttle body. Very common issue as I have had mine replaced 3 times already. I have also read on the Internet that a lot of Verona owners complaining of the same issue.
Posted on Sep 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem I disconnected the battery to reset computer when I was changing my plugs & ignition wires! hope this helps
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
You remove the rectangular plastic cover on top of the engine(2 screws), under that is the plug wires and spark plugs. Pull wires straight up, remove plugs with proper spark plug socket, extension and ratchet, reverse to install.
Platinum plugs are not required but will allow longer change intervals. Check the gap but do not gap them, if they are not properly gapped. Bring them back and asked for new ones.
The metal's on the Platium plugs are harder then copper plugs and can break upon trying or break in your cylinder when in uses.
Good luck and hope this helps
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
SOURCE: Dirt bike with no spark
I dont know how much you know about dirtbikes but you need to check the points. They are located under the fly wheel and they allow the engine to send a spark to the coil pack which then sends it to the spark plug. The fly wheel is under the side case, which is only held by a few screws.Once you get that off,the points,Which are under the fly wheel, just need to be cleaned off with a little sand paper. if that dosent help the spark then check the coil pack. The coil pack is the black box where the spark plug cable wire comes out of. look and see if its melted or broken in any way. If the coil is not ruined then you might need a new spark plug cable.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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