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85 suzuki samurai curb idle increase when light turn on why?

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Because lights put an extra load on alternator to produce current.the alternator then has to turn faster to produce needed juice,thus higher idle speed.

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Check ECM (engine computer) located under glove box. Injector circuit output probably dead. Replace ECM. Go to Searchparts.com for best price.

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Look at the timing belt and make sure it is on and tight. Then maybe pull the distributor and make sure it isn't bad

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The idle speed is controlled by the E.C.M.
It is not adjustable. Attempting to do so will void your warranty. Take your vehicle to the nearest Suzuki dealership to have your concern properly diagnosed. Suzuki does not share certain technologies such as E.C.M. reprogramming and T.C.M. reprogramming with aftermarket repair shops.

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First ck for a vacuum leak listen for a small slight hisssing noise. and ck pcv hose and valve. the normal rpm is 750 to 850 from the front of the vehicle look on the right side of the carburator youll see a screw at the base of carburator turn it in and you lean the vehicle out which you dont want. turn it 1/4 out and see if it idles smooth, if neither reacts than you got a vacuum leak going on

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