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Re: how to replce aternator on 2000 suziki esteem 1.8
If you are going to do it yourself, the best advice i can give you, is to go to an autoparts store and buy a haynes auto repair manual for your car. it cost about $18 but will be will be worth it. it'll tell you every thing you need to know and has pictures to show you what and where.
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Either the starter will have to come out for testing, rebuilding, or replacing, or the battery is not strong enough to power the starter-maybe it's low on charge. Are all your battery and starter connections clean and tight? Verify the condition of your battery before you condemn the starter.
WELL I SEE 1.6L 2000 MODEL STAND FRONT VECHICLE LOOKING AT COILS FIRST TWO COILS FACING YOU IN ORDER IS 4 1 3 2 THE FIRING ORDER IS 1 3 4 2 AND LOOKING AT ENGINE AT CRANKSHAFT PULLEY END LEFT TO RIGHT CYLINDERS ARE 1 2 3 4
First put the required fuse dont go up you do more damage, For a fuse to blow you left rear side light and side light has shorted out to ground. left side rear light look at the wire are there any exposed, If no go to the side light inspect the wire are the exposed, if you see any repair it, Now if fuses keep blowing go the lamp belonging to that fuse and pull the bulb out with the bulb out an fuse installed twist the socket one at a time did the fuse blow,if it did you found the source,more than likely you ll need a bulb socket, as long as the wire are in good shape . Remeber correct fuses,No foil No nails No other Range just the required fuse
Step 1 :check for gound at the wire harnes connector(where the light bulb connects),Step 2: check your light switch(do a voltage drop test)this before the wires go to the fuse(right where the fuse is to be inserted)if power here, problem is after fuse Check step 1. You will need a DVOM(voltage tester).