Question about 2006 Suzuki Forenza
What would be the next thing wrong if you replace the coil and it still doesnt 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,
those are all tests. not guessing, nor dismantling car like last OP thinks. listed in order of easy , and cheap.
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: head light replacement
Hi, I have done this many times before for my 2006 Suzuki Forenza. You will need a 10 milimeter socket wrench for the top two nuts and a 8 milimeter socket wrench for the nut located directly behind the highbeam light. After removing the nuts carfully tilt the head light upward and wiggle out. After moving it halfway, disconnect the two wires connected to the housing. Be careful not to scratch the trim located around the grille. The bulb has a rubber gasket over it. Remove turning counter clockwise. Then, with your index finder slightly push the metal bracket holding the bulb in place down and then release. Install a new bulb making sure not to touch the glass part of the bulb. Reinstall the rubber gasket and carfully put the light housing back into the car. Line up all holes before attempting to replace the nuts. Do not tighten them too much. Only until they are slightly snug. This housing is plastic. So be carful. Then you are finally done. One thing to remember. It's usually better to replace both headlights at the same time for optimum performance. If cost is a factor, one can be done, but you will notice a difference in brightness.
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
Cable Operated Clutch:
Stretched, frayed or binding cable, broken or bent pedal bracket, or cracked firewall can be the cause. Problems with a cable mechanism will often herald internal clutch problems as well. When something happens inside the clutch that requires extra force to be exerted on the clutch pedal, things break! Cables can also wear simply from age and use.
Hydraulically Operated Clutch:
Clutch master cylinder leaking or bypassing pressure, slave cylinder leaking, clutch flex hose leaking, pedal bushings worn or missing, or a cracked firewall can reduce the system’s ability to disengage the clutch. Rule of thumb: If the clutch master cylinder is bad, replace both master and slave cylinders as a pair. This will save you future heartache.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
Right on the transmission, to the right side of the engine bay as you are looking down on it. It is a black plastic part that is bolted on the transmission with two 10mm bolts, and connected to the transmission with rod and clip. It is partially obstructed by the radiator hose, but otherwise really easy to get to.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
Very easy. Pull the wheel off after lifting the car on the side you're fixing. ;) Then pull the big center nut off the spindle. It's got a safety smash down you will have to lift up that's in a grove on the shaft. You will see this once the wheel is removed. Unbolt that big nut then pull off the brake rotor. The bearings are in the brake rotor and the shaft the rotor was sitting on. Change them both and be back on your way. It's a 20 min job at most for a beginner.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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