Question about 2006 Suzuki Forenza
2 CODES P0507 AND P2279 HAVE CLEANED OUT CARBON BUILD UP IN INTAKE AND TBI UNIT REPLACED INTAKE GASKET CLEANED IAC UNIT NEED TO TRACE WIREING need DIAGRAM OF ENGINE COMPARTMENT..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Feb 22, 2009
The haynes book is not recommended since there are numerous mistakes and they still will not update. One of the biggest is the firing order.
The factory service manual is the only way to go.
Head bolts - 46 - 50.5 lbs (there is an order sequence for the bolts)
Intake & exhuast manifolds- 13.5 - 20 lbs
Flywheel - 41.5 - 47 lbs
Clutch cover - 13.5 - 20 lbs
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
SOURCE: intake air duct leak
All of those codes will come up as probable cause. The hand helds that auto stores use are not accurate. You need a certified mechanic with a Genesis , Snap On or a Mac scanner or the dealership. The actual problem could be causing any of these codes.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
That's easy, there are some pulleys with ridges to grip the underside of the belt, and some are smooth for the top side of the belt.
I can only assume your belt broke and fell off so you couldn't see how it was on prior. But either way you have limited length, and the last place you would be routing the belt is the tensioner, which you should have located first, so you can have a wrench handy to fit it.
Here's what you have:
Top left= alternator (small ridged)
top right = power steering (large ridged)
Bottom right = AC compressor (large ridged)
Bottom middle = Crank Pulley (large ridged)
In middle next to Power steering = Tensioner (small shiny smooth)
Remove the air cleaner housing (two bolts)
Start on left top side and loop belt (clockwise) across the alternator to the power steering down to AC (also clockwise from right to left) then over to crank pulley (from bottom clockwise around to top of pulley) to tensioner (smooth, belt is backwards on it) which will go back up to the alternator.
At the top middle there should be a sensor protruding from the timing cover that the belt passes under as it connects between the alternator and the power steering. And you won't easily be able to fit anything besides a box-end wrench on the tensioner, so you may need some kind of extension on the wrench to get good torque on it without hurting yourself.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
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