Question about Suzuki Cars & Trucks
Hi can anyone help me with a code for my suzuki ignis stereo please ! 3 1927997 7643063510 3 39101-86G10 ID 39101-86G1 022903 FD385 CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT SI355S202047CD
Nikolay Spasov code 3096
Code Entry as Follows:
Switch Radio On - Display Shows
" CODE "
Press and Hold "BAND"
The display will now show " 10 - - - - "
Press preset " 1 " repeatedly for 1st Digit
Press preset " 2 " repeatedly for 2nd Digit
Press preset " 3 " repeatedly for 3rd Digit
Press preset " 4 " repeatedly for 4th Digit
If the correct code number is now shown
Press and Hold "BAND" to Enter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I assume it's a petrol engine and the spark plugs will NOT be under the air box.It will probably have a coil pack which sits on the spark at the top...
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
It gets pretty hot in there, and although hardly any manufacturers specify replacement intervals for oxygen sensors, they play a critical role in providing the ECM with acurate data for best running performance/economy. Change it, as the savings in NOT changing it will be soon eroded by increased fuel usage.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Generally you do not want to let them wear anymore than 1/16 of an inch either inner or outer pad. The inner pad will wear a little faster than the outer, but you will want to go by which ever one is thinner. As far as the parameters of new disk, they will have a minimum thickness per DOT standards. The minimum thickness is usually stamped on the disk (rotor), if it is not you can get this info from your local repair shop, or auto supply shop.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
The wiring may have gone bad in your car. Usually blown fuse and loss of power are the result of this. You may need to inspect the wiring loom underneath the dashboard where most of the wiring for the mentioned devices are located.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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