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Suzuki swift won't start when warm

Starts ok when cold but wont start when its warm

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SOURCE: Suzuki swift 1.3 single OHC runs fine when cold,

Check the valve timing.You might have some problems with your timing belt or camshaft sprocket. If timing is OK, check the resistance of your TP sensor, specially on the terminals for full throttle. Resistance should be 2 to 6.5 kilo ohms. Lower than this the ECM will not give the right avance ignition timing to your engine. Repositioning the mounting angle may correct the problem.

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

SOURCE: 1994 suzuki swift gti

This is NOT normal! Check the trottle position sensor, you may find that the 'closed' throttle circuit is defective. If this is the case, you may find the OEM sensor available from a online vendor for considerably less than the dealership.

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

SOURCE: 1994 suzuki swift gti

My 1994 GTi was doing the same thing. The car should idle a bit fast when cold, say 1500rpm, due to the auto-choke. However, 2800rpm is too high. I had a look at my throttle system and could not workout how to adjust the auto-choke idle speed seperate from the normal idle. So I reluctantly had it serviced by the agents, they cleaned out the throttle body and adjusted it. It is better, 1900rpm, but still a bit high for my liking.

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Wont start when cold (Mornings) When weather warms up will start

IF IS A DIESEL TRY REPLACEING THE GLOW PLUGS ??
AND IF ITS A PETROL CHECK THE DISTRIBITER CAP FOR CRACKS OF REPLACE COIL ??

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Suzuki Swift 1988 GTi engine hunting problem

check for a vaccum hose disconnected,check air filter casing secure

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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