Question about Suzuki XL7
Im working on a 2002 suzuki xl7 dies while driving down the road and when u try to start it again theres nothing there no noise or anythiing if u wait a min it will start again.. and sometimes when i try to for the frist time for the day, it wont start and there is now power if i turn the key a few times i get power and my lights a dim I repaced the enging swich and it still doing it
SOURCE: 2002 Monte Carlo wont start
sounds like your passlock sensor on the ignition barrel is faulty. you will have to go to the dealer to have it replaced because of the programming after replacement.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
You need to isolate the problem. If it starts when you spray carb cleaner into the throttle body while cranking then problem is in fuel system.(pump, pump relay, filter or fuse) If not, then look into ignition system. Use any manual to get specific testing instructions and do not buy anything till you verify by testing that you really need that part or it can get unnecessarily expensive.
If you need more info on anything, just ask, but at the point you are at, careful testing will tell you far more than anyone here can tell you.
Posted on May 22, 2009
I was reading another comment about Aleros and thought you might try this. You have an antitheft system that kills the fuel pump. The directions are in your owners manual. What I remember is to turn on the ignition and leave it on for 10 minutes. Now whether you turn the car to start at this point or go back to "off" and then start is the second way. I would try turning the key to start without shutting it off (from the 10 minute cycle). This is suppose to reset the antitheft and you should observe whether the antitheft light is blinking.
If this works for you then you have problems in the antitheft circuit. This would include keys, keyswitch reader, connecting wires and antitheft box. Best of Luck
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: Suzuki XL7 remote control key
There sre two common batteries used in keyless entry. Hear are the most common posted below.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
Body Control Module (BCM) on both counts. Find a shop in your town that specializes in electrical systems to test it. Beware, these can be intermittent problems, so make sure they keep it until the car does what you have observed. Expect to spend about $450 for the replacment. Dealers quoted me between $700 and $1,100 for the same repair. By the way, a new BCM will probably only last you about 12 months.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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