Question about 1993 Suzuki Swift
1993 Suzuki swift 1.3 single OHC runs fine when cold, then totally shuts off when hot while driving down the road. Whenit comes back on it backfires! cpu, full distributor, ignnition, wires,plugs, injection ALL replaced and STILL does it! WHATS GOING ON???
Check the valve timing.You might have some problems with your timing belt or camshaft sprocket. If timing is OK, check the resistance of your TP sensor, specially on the terminals for full throttle. Resistance should be 2 to 6.5 kilo ohms. Lower than this the ECM will not give the right avance ignition timing to your engine. Repositioning the mounting angle may correct the problem.
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Check for vacuum leaks with a can of carb cleaner-engine running-spray all around intake and vacuum hoses -if you here the engine bog down or race up there is the leak-too spray around EGR valve.
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