Question about Suzuki XL7
They also said that it seems like the fuel isn't connecting.
post symptoms and avoid guess, engine power needs about 5 things.
12vdc electric power at all time to the EFI system.
you cured that with new terminals.
there are simple tests fore each case
do you want to guess or test? it's your decision.
ever check all fuse:
or scan the PCM for ERRORS< (if not that is missing the boat)
and last but is really first ever consider that 60k mile tuneup.?
every 60k, dont skip those or it will fail..... i promise.
Posted on Mar 24, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Just replaced the battery on
To check if it is the fuel pump check at the end of the fuel lines at the engine bay if fuel comes out when cranking. You can take out the hose from the end that goes to the filter and see if fuel comes out. While cranking the EFI should be sending power to the pump to run. If there is none, then see if you can have the fuel ump directly connected to the battery. If it runs then you may have an issue with the relay found under the passenger side of the dashboard or the wirings.
If the fuel that comes out is weak, the fuel pump may also need replacing.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
you say you replaced the fuse, but does the fuse have power? the gray wire at pump should have power when cranking, or for 2 seconds when turning key on. At fuel pump relay, put power onto gray wire, the pump should run if the wiring is good. if it doenst run then ck for power at fuse while power is on gray wire.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
First you need to see if you have a fuel or ignition problem. Also check and make sure the timing belt didn't break. Chek and make sure you are getting spark. Check the timing belt first. You need to know if the crank and cam are both turning. The v=crank is if the motor is turning over, so you have to check the cam, look for an access hole or a place to see if the cam is turning. If it shut off going down the road this is a possibility. Try checking it out if you have a problem leave a comment and I'll get back to you.
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
The next thing for you to try is the vent tube coming out of the gas tank fill spout,also get the codes read because many other things can put the light on and reading the codes will point you closer to your problem.
Posted on Dec 21, 2009
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