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2005 Suzuki Reno is there a fuel filer outside of the fuel tank?? And if the car just all of sudden wont crank after it has set up all night? Acts like its not any gas?

The car would not start, then it did start with the clutch in and giving it half throttle, if you floor it it would not start. What is wrong

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1: WOT flooding trick cuts all fuel , for cleairng floods
acts/ does mean a wild guess or test. a test would be to look
at spark tips and seeing dry or soaked in fuel
check all sparks ,post which engine you have.
2: 10% throttle starts implies the IAC/ISC is stuck closed
or injection rates are horrible. there are many tests for that.
ask

give it a tune up. and then check for leaking injectors.
if still bad. or dead injectors.
we can do lots of tests. engine, spark and fueling , in that order is best.

Posted on Jun 02, 2014

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SOURCE: how to set timing on a 2005 suzuki reno

Here are you timing marks contact if you need more help.http://www.2carpros.com/car_repair_information/tec_info/2005/suzuki/reno/2005_suzuki_reno_timing_belt_diagram_marks.htm
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SOURCE: 1987 suzuki samurai engine problems

ok theres a pcv valve located between the carb and the valve cover. its screwed into the intake manifold. make sure it is hooked up. also check for any vacuume leaks. if you find any cracked hoses, replace them.

also for the guy whos sami sputters on turns. check the ground stud located above the battery on the firewall. if its loose or corroded clean it up and tighten it.check the ground strap coming from the distributor area between the engine and firewall. make sure its in good shape. alot of times the distributor o rings leak oil on the wiring and rot it out. thats easy to repair also. check your engine mounts by standing on one side of the hood and grabbing the engine and pulling it side to side. the mounts are known for wearing out. they are fairly easy to replce and cheap. about 20 a piece if not less.

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SOURCE: emissons code on a 2005 suzuki reno po496

This code means the engine is getting outside air from somewhere in the system. Most of the time this code is thrown when people forget the gas cap. Or the gas cap has gone bad. on either case take the car to autozone have them clear the code maybe buy a gas cap if you didnt leave ti off and it wont give you any trouble. If the code comes back after the new gas cap then you need a new charcoul filter that mounts tot he top of the gas tank.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 suzuki forenza My car will not start up.

Check if the kill switch is engaged. Check for faulty starter solenoid or disconnected solenoid wire. Check for defective ignition switch. Check for defective starter motor.

Posted on Aug 10, 2009

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SOURCE: My 07 Suzuki Reno will not shift out of park at

Some cars I.E. Fords will not shift out of park if brake lights are not working. step on the brakes and see if they light up. hope this helps

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