Question about 2002 Suzuki Aerio
Have replaced oxygen input sensor Posted by Anonymous on
Posted by Anonymous on
Pull the fault codes in the ECM to see what is causing the problem, It WILL be found in the error code. Does the engine do this when driving down the highway or only when moving slowly or stopped.? An 'oxygen sensor malfunction will NOT cause the engine to stop. Next place to look is the crankshaft position sensor.
It could be a number of things--from a failing fuel pump to a failing ignition component, PULL the FAULT CODE. Don't guess.
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
Testimonial: "thank you for the reply.We did pull the fault codes and the oxi sensor came up. Cleared all error codes ,was still occurring so he (mechanic) swapped out the fuel pump..went to pick up vehicle paid the bill 7 kms down the road it happened again. The Mechanics a good sort gave me a courtesy vehicle for the weekend. But I can see more $$$$ disappearing ouch!!any futher advice please much apprieciated.."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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