Question about 2006 Suzuki Swift
It has been quite warm here the last 3 days and the inside of the car is hot and the car starts briefly then cuts out and immobiliser light flashes I leave it for about 5 to 10 mins with car door open then it starts it is ok starting in the morning
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have a bad key chip, try a diffrent key in the ignition, also make sure you do not have magnet strip mini swipe cards on key chain near the ignition. this sounds like the immoboilizer system is active. this system will not allow the coils to spark.
The key would be the first thing to check. do this by using another key.if car still will not start then the key reader may be bad, this is located around the ignition . the last problem could be the module or a broken wire.The best way to check this would be with a scan tool. there will be codes stored in the anti or body module. the codes will tell you where the failure is and with some testing the problem can be found. the scan tool can help by reading the values and readings. it can tell you if the key chip is read and if the module accepts it. i think if the spare key does not start the car then it will be cheaper to have a shop diagnose the problem. this will help you from just putting parts in. also this anti theft system needs programing when certain parts are replaced.
hope this is helpful, good day
Posted on Apr 22, 2012
might need to reset sensor, my van does that every three thousand miles, computer controls that tracking of milage to estimate the next change, try this to see if it clears------turn on ignition so dash lights up ,right before you turn ignition for a full start,this is so the computer turns on( dont have car running) then pump gas pedal three full times and hold it down on a fourth for about ten seconds,( pump,pump,pump,hold), hopefullt this should reset the computer sensor. turn off car wait ten to fifteen seconds, and start normally, hopefully it should have the oil light on after that, if it does you might need to check with a mechanic.
Posted on May 07, 2012
sensors wet or dirty .remove wires one at at a time and clean them .and clean the top of the sensors fuel is going rich .when doing this. and fowling the spark plugs.so clean them.
Posted on Dec 19, 2013
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