Question about 2006 Suzuki Swift
The whistling sound changes pitch depending on the amount of acceleration you choose
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is there a leak in one of the fuel lines? Check the length of the fuel lines from the pump (you may need an extendable mirror to see the top of gas tank) right up to the point where it enters the fuel rail on the engine. Take special note of the junctions and try to do it with the car running and at a slight idle so fuel is pumping. Check next for a smell of too much gasoline along the fuel rail as one of the injectors may be improperly seated and or broken and leaking. Has the service engine check engine light come on at all or come on and gone out. If your o2 sensor(s) go you use more fuel. If they go there should be a code stored in your PCM (computer). You can pull any codes out of that car by finding the connector and jumping it. Also if your air element(filter) or any pipes are clogged in that system up to the throttle body you will use much more fuel.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2008
send it straight back to the dealer, you shouldn't be suffering smoke under the bonnet or any potent smells in the cab unless it's something you ate.
Posted on Dec 01, 2011
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