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Just changed coil and still no spark suzuki forenza 2006

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Basic first check your fuses 2nd you got a check engine get it scan tell me the code if you got a crank sensor trouble code change it it will start

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What is a control module?


cars have many , control modules, most are microcomputer based.
the PCM on the Forenza runs the engine, EFI
spark and fuel and transmission shifting.
can be lots of things,
lost spark
check all fuse first, that means test them if they look good.
second, is use a scan tool to see why it dont start..(spark dead? and why)
there is no distributor on a 06. !
but there are 4 engines, used, not posting which engine, makes help near impossible.
most cars, 06, suzuki, usa , have a single coil pack
it has 4 coils inside ,one for each cylinder.
so are all 4 coils dead? is that it?
spark leaves the coil pack it never has sparking going it to it.
the coil if fired from the PCM
the PCM fires the coil with and ignitor.
the PCM fires the igniter if the CMP and CKP sensors work.

see coil pack below?
if all 4 are dead, we scan it after fuse checks. always....



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Apr 10, 2015 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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Justed change a coil on a 2006 suzuki forenza and it still has no spark


so engine rand perfectly before draining oil and refilling
and did you remove filter?
what test did you do to check spark , guess, or use a test spark plug and do all spark (x4) are they all dead.
did you remove those coil pack high voltage wires. oops that is timing, to the spark plugs, and must not be scrambled.
no spark real,
  1. fuses blown. check fuses.
  2. Key on CEL lamp in cluster must glow or PCM is dead, (fuses)
  3. crank with scan tool bingo scan tool tells you why no spark if cranked for 5 seconds, all EFI cars do that. 1989 to today.
  4. bad coil pack
  5. dead ignitor that drives coil pack (sadly inside ECU in 06)
  6. dead CMP sensor , scans prove it or CKP sensor. both.
that be it, all of it.
those are all tests. not guessing, nor dismantling car like last OP thinks. listed in order of easy , and cheap.

Mar 28, 2015 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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How to change spark plugs in a 2004 suzuki forenza?


change spark plugs in a 2004 suzuki forenza? google that

Jun 01, 2014 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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Cylinder 4 misfirng on my 2006 suzuki forenza what is the problem


It takes spark at the right time, fuel, and compression, to fire a cylinder.
So if you know for a fact the cylinder has spark, the other two options are fuel and compression.

Feb 19, 2013 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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2006 Suzuki forenza no fire from coil pack


what country? this is the WWW, post country for better answers.......!
Only a scope can see the fast 5mS signals to the coil.
so its either the coil pack or the ECU blown. (wires are always suspect)
you never said , all 4 are dead, or 1 or 2, and how many packs.
some non usa cars have wasted (2pak) spark , not 4 COPS.
state what cylinders have spark and which don't.
there are only 2 ways to fix cars.
1: guess and swap parts
2: use tools. my guess is you dont have them.
some coil packs are active (ignitor inside) others just a coil.
you can test the restance of the coils, with a DMM , ohm meter.
if active you cant.
the fsm covers this on all cars.
https://suzukipitstopplus.com/category/3-suzuki-service-manuals.aspx
the 2006 Forenza as delivered to USA has.....
has a large single, dual wasted spark coil pack. (brick)
it does in fact have , internal ignitor drivers. inside. so can not be tested
with and ohm meter on the primary side. but can be on the secondary
you do know how to test wasted spark , right, All spark plugs must be
attached and grounded for the coil to work,
1and 4 are shared.
2 and 3 are shared.
so to test , you must keep the spark plugs (both or all 4 is best)
attached and the shells of spark plugs grounded.
there is a fuse that powers the coil pack. (usa)
the fuel pump relay sends power to the coil pack.
so of that is dead,so will be the pack. (im reading FSM as it type)
get an FSM.
pin 2 on coil pack is power. 12v.
pin 1,is spark 1&4 drive (fast ECU pulse)
pin 3 is 2&3 coil drive. (scope can see it)

recap, are you using the correct wasted spark testing method.
and are all 4 spark plugs dead.?

Feb 18, 2013 | Suzuki Forenza Cars & Trucks

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Replaceing headlight on 2006 forenza?


I had a heck of a time trying to figure this out myself. Finally found a solution thanks to a helpful youtube video. Watch this and you'll be able to change the headlight in your Suzuki Forenza

Jul 14, 2010 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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06 suzuki forenza, very time i try to start the car when it is cool like in the morning time when im about to go to work i have to try it like 5-7 time before it can start. what can that be cause i already...


take a look at ur spark plugs if they are wet, black or look like they are melted they need replaced if not try to clean them with some brake cleaner or gas and a wire brush re check gap distance and re install them this may work if not buy some new ones only a couple bucks at the auto store. u can check to make sure ur getting a good spark from ur coils by removing the plug and placing it on the engine block with the wire connected if there is a large spark thats not ur prob do this with all four before replacing them to make sure ist not a bad coil pack hope this helps

Oct 08, 2009 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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Spark plugs


the same way you change them on any fuckin car idiot!!

Aug 11, 2008 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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