I have 30K miles on my 2004 Suzuki Verona. It's seems to run fine but had a "check engine light indication" that when 'coded' showed misfire on #3 cyl.
I have not changed the plugs. Do you think this is the problem?
I know it is a coil over cylinder design, perhaps the coil? Any suggestions would be apprecitaed.
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hot and cold engine, both , and restarts hot?
no engine state? or country.
all answers USA cars.
there are no less than 50 causes of stalls.
do you have tools? (meters and gauges and a scan tool)???
id bet not, right? so do say so...
so ill not list all 50 , cans send the list , have one. ask.
ill do the laws of physics, and for mr, otto cycle engine (gas)
1: lost 12vdc to EFI parts. and spark (raw dc power)
2: engine lacks compression. (cylinders) 50 ways to fail just here.
3: lost spark? , failed to do the 60k mile tune up, seems right now?
4: lost fuel or too much fuel. (complex , ask)
5: EGR main valve stuck open. ( clean it)
6: Cat melted, due to #4 too rich. (vacuum test fails, ask)
7; Loss of fresh air to engine , can cause #4 due to packed up air cleaner filtler or ISC air valve stuck closed.
does this help or make you run to the first ASE mech you see.?
The hold button on my 2004 Suzuki Verona comes on out of no where flashing and it stops my car from excelerating. I haveto pull over and shut the car off then on in order to contiue driving. After 2k dollars in reapirs over the last 3 months...I just want to know if this feature can be disconnected???? I don't need it. Thanks
if the exhaust clogs it just dies. your cat ( converter) probably clogged due to a very rich condition, which was detected by the computer, hence the light. my bet is a clogged fuel injector or a sensor (either oxygen or air flow) failed. this made it run rich and the cat probably melted.
the oil light is coming on due to sensed low engine oil pressure, this is not a level issue unless u are about 3 quarts low, oil pressure indicators don't leave any computer codes, so who ever told u that is wrong, u need to test the oil pressure with a mechanical gage when the oil light is on, until U need to confirm that u don't have a real pressure issue here or you can burn out the engine bearings, if the pressure checks ok then rplace the oil pressure light sending unit in the engine.