Question about 2006 Suzuki Forenza
So I read a couple of things on here about kinda the same thing.. It sounds alot like another problem on here but with mine the noise now does not stop once the car is warmed up.. It doesn't seem that the A/C does anything .. And I never had opened my oil cap but someone suggested that in a past inquiry and when i did it was shooting small amounts of oil out the opening? ANy suggestions
It sounds to me that the engine, has not been 'Run In', as per the relevant values of the manufacturers handbook.
When the engine is running, it creates pressure, there is the oil pressure, which is the inertia of the pistons moving up & down, and thus the explosions in the cylinders, which also creates pressure. (Not to mention a turbo!)
Then you have your fuel pressure.
Which if not sufficient, will stop the car from running, due to,,
Lack, of pressure.
Then you have your cooling system, which, if a good system, should hold up to 12 bar.
So, I hope this put's you in the picture, on the matter of pressure.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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