Question about 1990 Suzuki Swift
The problem started last fall. It is serious, sometimes wonder if it will stop running.May go for weeks w/o a problem and then fix itself again. So far--new wires,plugs(twice),coil pack, injector check, emission valve checks. I got it fom the garage around Jan 15 and no problem until Feb11. We are all stumped.
Check to see if the PCM or it's connector is getting wet. Where Ford located the PCM on the Freestar Vans it was the worst posible place to put them. Ford knows of the problem with them getting wet but will not fix them. If the rubber gasket on the passinger side is not sealed tight to the windsheild then watter can run down off of the windsheild and into the PCM. Once this gets wet it will cause all kinds of problems until it dries out again. Then it will run fine until you wash it or it rains or snows. Check that rubber seal first then you can look at Fords TSB concerning the problem and how to fix it. (didn't work real well on mine) Then get some aquarium sealent and glue that little rubber strip to the glass (this fixed mine). Of coarse Ford charged me $800 for their fix.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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