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Suzuki misfire Car year is 2001 with 1.6 engine. No problems when driven around local area. After 5 klms on freeway doing approx. 100 klms/hr misfire occurs with engine revs fluctuating. When engine is restarted it goes ok for another 5 klms then misfires again also happens sooner if increasing speed above the 100 klm/hr. Have just had service with new plugs & filters. Can you suggest a fix?

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SOURCE: Vitara misfire 1995 1.6

You can try changing the coil pack and then recheck firing order of the wires to make sure they are in correct firing order. Suggest checking the wires first before spending money on the coil pack. Let me know how you make out.

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check for codes, p0300 is multiple cylinder misfire, p0301-p0304 is for cylinder 1 through 4, could be bad plug or coil, try switching and see if problem moves to different cylinder

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SOURCE: misfire code on #3 cyl. 2004 Suzuki Verona

I had the same problem I disconnected the battery to reset computer when I was changing my plugs & ignition wires! hope this helps

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sounds like the idle speed sensor,if your rpm's are idling up and down

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you put in new cop coils before new spark plugs/
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btw that effect is called misfire, when it misfires, power drops.
example on a 4 cylinder if 1 goes dead, its not 3cylinder engine
with 1/4 loss of power (its less due to 3 dragging 1 dead horse)


There are no less than 50 causes of misfire
#1 all time reasons , bad spark plugs.
due to never ever getting tuneup on time.
#1 for 100 years, and running.
your engine dont read statistics so can be 49 more.

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