Question about 2006 Suzuki Aerio
The dealer has changed the starter five times, it has been working for two to three month then it will start to fail again, on the third change the dealer shop has install a relay for a stronger voltage to the starter. I don't know if I need to change battery cable or key switch. need help please.
Sounds like a grounding problem check all the grounds to make sure there not rusted
Posted on Jan 01, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: won't start not even click
I am pretty sure you have a bad solenoid on your starter. Sometimes if you tap on them while someone holds the key in start they will make contact and it will start. Best solution is replace solenoid. You can check it by having someone hold the key in start and measure the voltage from the small wire to ground, if it is bad you will have voltage but it will not even click. Hope that helps you.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
your comp is not reaspondig/acting the way it shoud so until everything is new it aint gunna start because it only starts wen u put something new comeone just think about it
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
Look at the voltage while the its cranking. If it drops to below 11 volts clean the terminals. If they are clean and it still drops to below 11v replace the starter. Get it tested first.. If the battery and terminals pass, then replace the starter. But to do this correct go to any mechanic or even an auto zone. They can test the battery, charging system and alternator in about 5 minutes with a special tool.
Posted on May 25, 2010
SOURCE: My Maruti zen 96 model
a number of things cud be failin--however go and titen the cables on the battery 1st-and maybe at the starter--its a common problem that fools even the pros--if it doesnt help then inspec other wiring or get car scanned--u mite test batt if over 3 yrs and also starter plus solenoid--but dont replace parts at whim
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
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