Question about 1993 Suzuki Sidekick
Previos owner said this vehicle was runing but started to blow white smoke ,then some friend replaced the head gasket .after that the vehicle never started .soo it sat for two years .i now purchace it ,with a no start condition.i open the ecm find a part of the printed circuit board was burn soo i soder a thin wire to compleate that conection the i stared to get power to the distributor cheked and replced coil n the igniter i get a low spark almost redish in color i test the injetor conector for pulse and get a pulse but only for the a second it cut off it pulses after 3 seconds it smell like its gething too much fuel pls help thanks
If it isn't pulsing right, maybe it is staying on all that time -and spraying fuel like crazy into your cylinders! Come on, Joel, a weak spark and injectors not pulsing right? Get a different ecm and plug it in. Then you can learn the circuits on your old unit and fix it in your spare time.
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine PROBLEM
Some how you are getting a massive voltage surge that is frying the coils. Could be a bad ground, the coils get charged up then you lose ground and the coils can’t discharge their load so they burn out. You’re probably gonna need someone really proficient with a scan tool to trace this problem down. At $500 a pop for all new coils I’d definitely give some serious consideration to taking it to the dealer or even good auto electric shop. At the very least you need to find someone with a scan tool to pull the codes and see if there are any trouble codes listed in the computer.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
If its not the igniter, maybe you forgot to time the engine (timing marks will align at #4 firing poition, not at #1) when you remove the cam shaft.If the engine is not properly timed during assembly, it will not surely fire.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
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