Question about 2006 Suzuki Swift
Recently bought a Brand New Swift in the month of October'98 and now the Double Horn will not blow fine. Instead it will only blow like a single horn. I tried to clean it but nothing worked. If the car is driven between 10-20 kms/hr speed then it will blow fine however if the speed goes up frm 20 then single horn will only blow.Please suggest any help will be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my coolant keeps going down
if there is no sign of leakage, it's probably fine. sometimes there are air bubbles in the system and it takes a while to work them out. which causes the need to add more coolant. i would keep an eye on it just to make sure there are no leaks. after driving for awhile and parking, look on the ground to see if any coolant is there. good luck
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
SOURCE: suzuki swift is full of problems
the law covering work under warranty does not invalidate work on your car of carried out by a reputabkle engineer contact Suzuki directly as this is not enforcable under law and just point that out mention the rule of tort under contract law it requires both sides to act reasonably and not to act to the detriment of both parties to the ocntract
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Posible problems , listed from cheapest to most expensive.
Tires out of ballance
Broken chord in a tire
Loose ( worn ) tie rod ends
Wheel bearings ( but not likely)
If you have the tools , and a good safe flat driveway , jack up 1 corner of the car , spin the tire by hand and watch if it spins true , or wobles. while your at it , firmly grab the tire , and try to wiggle it side to side , in and out , back and forth. Repeat process for each wheel. If everything seems ok , I would think about getting tires ballanced. Probly about $ 12 each.
General observation is that if you feel the shake in the steering wheel , front tires are the problem , If you feel it on your bottom , rear tires. Good luck with that.
If you want to skip the whole jacking up the car proceedure , go directly to the wheel ballancing , and ask the mechanic to keep an eye out for "wheel out of true" while they spin on the ballancer.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Im afriad i dont have a solution, but instead the same thing has just happend to me. Does anyone know why? and how it may be fixed?
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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