Question about 2006 Suzuki XL-7
Take time to start and code show miss firing on cylinder 5
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: xl-7 air doesn't give cold air
check all fuses... make sure the harness is plugged in the compressor... i assume the fan is working ok? does the A/C light come on when you push the A/C button//
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
pop off clip surrounding radio, be careful. there may be screws also. bend coathanger in u shape times 2. insert in each side of factory radio. slide out. remove wiring harness. buyt new harness for your model car. install on radio reverse procedure.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
Had the same problem. My wife went to a car audio place and bought the wireless headphones, I think they were cheaper. And I just bought a universal remote from Radio Shack, its a Radio Shack brand little gray remote. It was 9.99. You have to use the "search for codes" option in the instructions. I can turn the tv on, off, stop, play, skip, all that stuff.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
This is normal operation. The XL-7 has daytime running lights and automatic headlight controls. You can keep headlights off when starting by applying the handbrake. If / when the daylight sensor on the dash determines it is evening and turns on the headlights, they will come on regardless of the handbrake position; and obviously, if you want to move the car, you have to release the handbrake (and headlights come one).
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
Not the O2 sensor for sure! I think you may have carbon build-up around the back of the intake valve on that cylinder. If the PCV valve is located there, then that could cause more problems here, than elsewhere. I would try running a the engine while spraying a liberal amount of air intake cleaner into the throttle body. If you like, there is a service sold at some shops, it's called "motorvac" and I'm sure others, that addresses this problem. Toyota had a problem like this years ago, they used to spray nutshells into the intake to break down carbon on the back of the valves, and then vacuum it out. The lower compression will be contributing to your problem as well, but 9 pounds shouldn't make a huge difference. You may want to try that test again.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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