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Can't get my daytime running lights to turn of on my 2000 suzuki esteem

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Check your e brake lever switch, if the car thinks the e-brake is on the day time running lights will stay off.

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Check fuses, if okay replace DRL module.

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I'm working on a 2000 suzuki esteem 4 door car it acts like its not getting enough fuel but has good fuel pressure


The air filter is okay?
Personally, I would look at the MAF sensor - try disconnecting the electrical connector and driving the car. A warning light will appear on your dashboard, yes .. but if the car behaves as it should that points towards a faulty maf sensor.

Also try removing and cleaning your EGR valve

Here's a couple of links that may help:

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You can also try disconnecting the O2 sensor - see what the car runs like.

My advice would be to NOT follow all the advice you get. Try things yourself. Your car runs ... but somewhere in the MAF sensor- EGR valve - O2 sensor there's a glitch. Do the simple things first - disconnect the MAF, clean the EGR ..

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Reverse lights


the car comes with 2 transmission.
a/t and m't (auto or stick)
the a/t uses an expensive PRNDL switch (aka. neutral switch)
the m/t uses reverse switch.

both are located on the transmission.
the m/t has 2 wires)
the A./t about 6. (not 2)
with those 2 facts, you can find it, counting wires.

next time post trans type, so we dont have to guess.

Nov 09, 2013 | 2000 Suzuki Esteem

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Where location crank sensor suzuki esteem 2000


On the Esteem 1.6L: the Crankshaft Position Sensor is located on the right side (passenger side) of the engine Oil Pan.

For the Esteem 2.0L: the CKP is located behind the engine Flywheel in the back of the engine block. It is necessary to remove the transmission to service the sensor.

Dec 27, 2010 | 2000 Suzuki Esteem

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How to check codes on a 2001 Suzuki Esteem


No, the only way to get the engine codes out of this car is to get the codes scaned. Auto zone offers free engine code scans. Hope this helped =)

Mar 04, 2010 | 2001 Suzuki Esteem

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Daytime running lights


Try replacing the module.

Jan 08, 2009 | 2000 Suzuki Esteem

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Drive belt/ serpentine belt replacement, 1.8 liter, Esteem 2000?


If you run the engine at idle you will see the tensioner pulley move, the movement will be slight but steady.

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