There is power to the electrics, but it wont turn over..when i turn on the ignition it just clicks. it did this about a month ago then corrected its self..but its doing it again..only way i can seem to start it is by bump starting it..
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Re: my suzuki swift some times wont start..
If you are dealing with one solid click each time you attempt to start, then most likely starter isssue. if there are multiple clicks (like a machine gun), then there is a low voltage situation. maybe battery or connection
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which engine? of the many and want country. ?
some are even diesel.
there are 3 phases to this.
and runs. and may stall soon after. or not.
at what point does this process fail.
if it dont crank we diagnose th starter system.
it fails to start (we check spark , then fuel) if both ok we check for lost compression (cam timing belt slipped>?)
if it stalls, lots more test.. over 50 causes.
this is what a tech does, diagnose. saving lots of time guessing and buying un-needed parts.
tell more, get more. but what engine.'
SOUND LIKE VECHICLE IN THEFT SECURITY MODE CAUSED BY WORN KEY OR IMMOBILIZER READ COIL.PROBLEM IN THE BCM AND ECM.TRY INSTALLING KEY IGNITION SWITCH.TURN SWITCH TO THE ON POSITION FOR 10 MINUTES UNTIL THE YELLOW LOCK LIGHT TURN OFF OR DISAPPEAR.THEN TURN OFF IGNITION SWITCH FOR 5 SECONDS, THEN TRY START VECHICLE.IF VECHICLE STILL DONT CRANK.HAVE VECHICLE CODE SCAN FOR THEFT SECURITY FAULT CODES.
Check your connections on the battery and especially the ground connection on the engine...the problem you describe sounds like a bad connection....you may need to remove the battery cables and clean the posts and the battery cable connectors...also, there is a ground going to the engine block...follow the ground cable(black) down to where it is connected to the engine, remove the bolt holding the cable on and clean the area where the ground goes on with sandpaper to ensure a good connection...you may want to do this with the positive connector as well...it will have a crimp connector on it also, and you will need to clean it the same way as the ground connector...when working with the battery cables, make sure you have one disconnected from the battery to make sure you don't short them out