It is Vitara sidekick 1997 model. Water temp sensor is replaced, the fault code erased, when I start the engine and drive, every thing looks nice, but when I switch off the Ig key and start the engine next...
you can get codes with out scan tool, this is done by counting the engine light flashes, for example a long flash is the first didgt and then faster blinks would be the next number, for example long flash long flash long flash= 3 then fast flash ,fast flash, fast flash, fast flash =4 which would be code 34, to get the codes look in the engine compartment in front of the battery is the connector, you will need a small wire to jump two terminals, jump terminals with wire then turn key on and count flashes, i will give you a diagram to locate connector and it will show you which terminals to jump look at connetor closely to make sure you are jumping the correct terminals, you can turn the key off and on to restart the codes again,this may take you a few trys to get the hang of it but you can restart the codes by just turning the key off and back on, when your done just remove the jumper wire,also a diagram is enclosed to show you how the flashes go, hope this helps ,good luck.
Mar 05, 2011 |
1993 Suzuki Sidekick