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My car is giving the sign of enginer check
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your Mass Air flow sensor. It might be dirty or the connections might be lose.
It looks something like this http://thumbs300.1aauto.com/EAF/1AEAF00001.jpg
now if your vehicle has something similar but with a flapper/door. then check if it is dirty or not opening.
If your vehicle doesnt have any of these then It could be a Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor. Go to autozone and check on what it is then we can have a better idea of what is going on. Thanks
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
I find it hard to imagine how these two problems could be related, so I'll start with the over-heating problem. The next time the engine is cold, remove the radiator cap and make sure that the coolant/water is up to the neck of the radiator. As you may have a blown head gasket or cracked head, starting the car now may spray lots of coolant out of the radiator. If it does, that's why it's overheating, but it may also now have a blown head gasket because it overheated. If the level in the radiator has gone down a little once you started the car (normal), you have to check some other things. With the engine still idling, top-up the coolant and replace the radiator cap fully. As the temperature on the gauge rises, check the temperature of the top hose by holding it. This should remain cold for a while, then warm all of a sudden as the thermostat opens. If it doesn't, and the hose remains cold even thought the gauge says it's warmed up, you possibly have a thermostat that's jammed shut. Otherwise, continue. The pressure in the top hose should still be fairly low and the hose easy to squeeze. Once the engine reaches the indicated normal operating temperature, you'll probably have to wait another few minutes for the thermofan to come on. This should switch off after 1 to 2 minutes and when the gauge has come back to normal. If it doesn't switch on and the temp continues to rise, you'll need a new switch, relay or cooling fan (or combination of). If it remains on, and the temperature doesn't come back to normal, you possibly have an internally blocked radiator. This should be serviced professionally - not just reverse flushed, but dis-assembled and the cores physically cleaned out. I would also recommend replacing the thermostat now no matter what turns out to be the cause. Remember, DO NOT remove the cap again until the engine is cold as water above 100 deg C will boil instantly you remove the cap (lower the pressure). Good luck.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
SOURCE: Hi, I have suzuki cultus
The reason is simple, the reverse lights do need a switch to come on. There is a switch located in the transmission. The part is called backup lamp switch, it is easy to replace, tell the mechanic to replace it.
The reverse light switch is mounted on and actuated by the transmission select shaft which protrudes from the side of the transmission housing.
If that does not fix the problem, then wiring to reverse backup lights must be tested reading continuity from fuse to transmission switch and from fuse to lamp holders contact.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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