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How do you disconect the heater lever control cables at the heater end as the lever on side of heater has broken suzuki swift gls 2002

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My Suzuki swift automatic, two consequent times while driving on Auto D in low speed, went on N, while lever still on on D and was staying on neutral, no matter where the lever would be, and with car...

2010 swift, sold outside USA< and this is a USA forum.
where is car? what country?
the A/T is slipping, (you see rpm of engine rise high at the demand of right foot that is SLIP,(or we call it flare)
no matter the name it's slipping.
in our country, USA>
we do this>:
  1. check all fuses first.
  2. check a/t fluid levels. per oper,guide, do not guess how.
  3. check that the trans linkage is working correct end to end.
  4. Scan it (that is what the light means) scan me please or all this is just a big guessing game. (Hopeless)
  5. The scan tool shows DTCs, what are they.? does it show that the transmission is in limphome mode? or solenoid fails.?
  6. what? if all this is confusing , get it serviced?
for better help join a Suzuki forum that is based in your country?
google that "2010 Suzuki Swift forum (put your country here)"

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Fresh air-flow controller broken

the FSM covers HVAC. buy /barrow one.
or at, log in ,see it.
you will have to gain access to the cables. and levers and to the
damper levers....
how to remove all those parts and not break very old plastic takes some skill , some parts just pull off others have hidden screws.

here is a quote on control panel.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Pull the control knobs from the levers.
  3. Release the latches at the rear of the bezel. Remove the control assembly lens and disconnect the bulb.
  4. Disconnect the control cables at the blower and heater assembly.
  5. Remove the control assembly fasteners.
  6. Pull the control assembly out and disconnect the electrical connections.
  7. Disconnect the control cables from the levers.
  8. Remove the blower, air conditioning and heater switch

Jan 30, 2014 | 1997 Suzuki Swift

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How to access/replace the vent selector(defroster) ?

buy one
and install it.
it has clamps remove them or unsnap them and .....
access? its in the dash.
the FSM covers all HVAC work , you can get that and read it
or hope that covers R&R for the cables.
but will cover access. (huge job on some cars)
working on the dash with out and FSM invites more broken parts.
hidden screws and such , and how to get to them are covered in the book.
here is the control panel, pasted

Removal & Installation
  1. Remove the upper console panel.
  2. Remove the instrument cluster finish panel
  3. Release the 2 fitting claws and pull out the heater control assembly.
  4. Using a screwdriver, open the claw of the cable clamp and disconnect the defroster damper control cable. NOTE Be careful not to bend the cable wire. If the cable wire bends, the heater control assembly operationally becomes worse.
  5. Using a screwdriver, open the claw of the cable clamp and disconnect the air mix damper control cable.
  6. Disconnect the connector, remove the heater control assembly. 42050_coro_g0008.gif Removal and installation of the control panel
To install:
  1. Install the inner cable end of the air mix damper control cable to the heater control lever.
  2. Install the outer cable of the air mix damper control cable to the cable clamp. NOTE Be careful not to bend the cable wire. If the cable wire bends, the heater control assembly operationally becomes worse.
  3. Operating the heater control knob and check that it properly stops at both ends of MAX. COOL and MAX. HOT and no recoil is identified.
  4. Check that the outer cable should not be disengaged (moved) from the heater control assembly when the cable is pulled.
  5. Install the inner cable end of the defroster damper control cable to the heater control lever.
  6. Install the outer cable of the defroster damper control cable to the cable clamp.
  7. Operating the heater control knob and check that it properly stops at both ends of FACE and DEF and no recoil is identified.
  8. Check that the outer cable should not be disengaged (moved) from the heater control assembly when the cable is pulled.
  9. Connect the connector, install the heater control assembly.
  10. Install the instrument cluster finish panel
  11. Install the upper console panel.

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bad cables, cut, loose, clamps loose, fell off, broken,
just look at the lever. see it? see where it goes. see the cable?
now move the lever, see the inside cable wire move and not the sheath? see end lever move on heater box.?
yes/no. ? be happy it not vacuum run, wed have 10,000 pages of tests.
vacuum sucks.

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Procedure to replace heater core on suzuki swift 2005 rs415

the fsm shows every step
as does this
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some cars is an all day job.
you can google that too.

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Wer is the fuse box located in 2011 suzuki swift

well no idea to be honest firstly i would look under the bonnet near the battery for the power distribution box and see whats inside ,if no small fuses then look inside like under the drivers side dash or on the end of the dash when you open the door ,if that failed i then look on the passenger side but if the battery is on the drivers side then the fuse will be that side as well as cable costs money .

Feb 10, 2012 | 2010 Suzuki Swift

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When turning on my heater I discovered only the defrost is working. No air is coming out on any other settings and when turning the setting all the way right(defrost mode) It seems to be on the setting but...

look under the left side of vehicle (RHD vehicles)right side of vehicle (LHD) in centre of car for heater cable going to heater case control levers on side of case can see it better if glove box removed. make sure cable is clipped in its retainer clip properly/ remove and adjust cable while control lever is over all the way and flap controls on case are fully over in that same direction as cable moved when putting control lever all the way over and clip into retainer. if cable doesnt move when moving control lever its probably come out of clip other end of cable in behind control lever or snapped the usual is glove box/heater case side first second is cable snapping behind control levers.

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I am helping change a thermostat - (we have no manual) where exactly is the thermostat located. This is a 4 cyl, standard trans, 2WD, speedo stopped working at 225K. Heater went out about 6 months ago, AC...

The thermostat cannot cause your heater to go out, though the heater will run a little cooler if the thermostat is stuck open. Please see my tip at to troubleshoot the heater. In particular, I would start by checking the temperature control cable adjustments. I have pasted instructions from below.

If you really want to change the thermostat, please see my tip at . The thermostat is in the housing at the end of the upper radiator hose.

For the speedo, It's probably a broken cable. Have someone take the cable off the tranny and spin the cable in their fingers while you watch the speedo. If the speedo works, the problem is with the gear in the tranny, else the cable is broke.

Let me know if you have more questions along your journey. :o)

Heater temperature control cables to blend door and heater water valve--adjustment:

See Figure 8
When adjusting the water valve control rod, disconnect the temperature control cable at the air mix door lever and then adjust air mix door control cable. Next, adjust the control rod. Reconnect the temperature control cable and then readjust it.
  1. Push the air mix door lever in the correct direction.
  2. Pull the control rod in the direction shown (in the accompanying illustration) until there is an 0.08 in. (2mm) clearance between the ends of the rod and link lever. Connect the rod to the door lever.

See Figure 9
Move the temperature control lever to the cold position. Push the cable sheathing and the air mix door lever in the correct and then tighten the clamp. Verify proper operation.


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