Question about 1999 Suzuki Grand Vitara
16 valve double overhead cam
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is there a leak in one of the fuel lines? Check the length of the fuel lines from the pump (you may need an extendable mirror to see the top of gas tank) right up to the point where it enters the fuel rail on the engine. Take special note of the junctions and try to do it with the car running and at a slight idle so fuel is pumping. Check next for a smell of too much gasoline along the fuel rail as one of the injectors may be improperly seated and or broken and leaking. Has the service engine check engine light come on at all or come on and gone out. If your o2 sensor(s) go you use more fuel. If they go there should be a code stored in your PCM (computer). You can pull any codes out of that car by finding the connector and jumping it. Also if your air element(filter) or any pipes are clogged in that system up to the throttle body you will use much more fuel.
Let me know how these tests go
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
Hi,i have a problemh with gare box for my suzuki swift 1996.reg no is p476kov,when i change the gare from first in to the second makes a loud noise,could you help me and advice me how to solve this problem,and if the gare box is broke can u give an estimate price,thanks
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
most cars have whats called the IAC (Idle Air Control) sensor, but other sensors can cause the same problem. fords have a bad problem with these sensors. keep in mind it is not always a sensor, but in most cases this is a successful fix. good luck!
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
Yes, you can jumpstart the Swift. Anytime you jumpstart a car, please be cautious.
Because of the dangers inherent with jump starting a car battery, we highly recommend using jumper cables specifically designed to help eliminate the possibility of an explosion.
Lead acid batteries generate explosive hydrogen gases. Keep sparks, flames, and lighted cigarettes away from the area.
Cables should only be connected to batteries with the same voltage ratings. That is... both batteries should either be 6-volt or 12 volt batteries. If for any reason acid contacts eyes, skin, or clothing, FLUSH immediately with large amounts of water. In case of eye contact, see a physician immediately.
Note: If the battery is cracked or appears to be leaking fluids... it's time for a new battery. Be careful as the fluid coming out of the vehicles battery can cause damage to you and or your car/truck.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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