Question about Suzuki Reno
I had a mutiple missfire code i replaced the crank sensor then two days later the PCM went out .with a barrowed PCM there were no codes but the car still has a miss #1 cyl is 120 lbs compression and the other three are consistant 200 lbs.timming belt is good. no smoke from exhaust but heavy blow back in air plentum
Yet another easter egg hunt.
why not pray tell, stated the DTC errors,. we cant guess them
they must be stated. win/win......
120psi is no good,
sure P0301,. is your only codes, sure.
my guess, lacking wet and dry compression, on warm engine
is #1 has burned valve.
did you let the cam belt run till it slipped.
ooPS that can be very expensive if you bind the valves.
it not run it , at all now. ID
1: check belt timing, by hand.
2: and do a cylinder leak down test on all 4, to see if the valves are bent now./
DOHC ,need respect.
misfire codes take heavy driving,
swapping ECU is not rational or needed.
the first ECU DID NOT LIE TO YOU!!!
Posted on Dec 27, 2016
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