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ARE THERE ANY RESET SWITCHES ON A 2006 SUZUZKI FORENZA IN THE FUEL SYSTEM

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You should probably start by changing the bulbs. No... they didn't both burn out at once. You might have driven a month with only one, and didn't notice untill the second one went. Just check in the socket with a test light. If you have power, you should have lights. If you don't have power, your switch isn't as good as you thought, or you checked the wrong fuse.

Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 2004 Suzuki Forenza, not getting

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Crank sensor failure and or cam sensor failure would cause no spark and no injector action. Scan for computer codes first, and start there. Does the Fuel Pump kick on for a couple seconds in key in run position? If not then bad pump or relay or wire along frame rail.


Tests/Procedures:

1. using a scan tool, check the status of the Camshaft Position (CMP) sensor and the Crankshaft Position (CKP) sensor when cranking.


2. If not present, check that each sensor has 8-9.5 volts on the Orange/White wire. The CMP sensor is built into the distributor.


3. Check for 5 volts on the Tan/Yellow wire with the distributor 6-pin connector unplugged.


4. Check for 5 volts on the Gray/Black wire with the CKP sensor unplugged.


5. Check that the distributor and CKP sensor have a good ground on the Black/Light Blue wire.


6. Check for a loose timing belt or broken flex plate, this could throw the motor out of sync.
Probable Causes:


Cam Angle (CMP) Sensor

Crank Angle Sensor (CKP)

Broken Flex Plate

Timing Belt

Tech Tips:

Both CMP and CKP signals are required by the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) to fire the coil and pulse the fuel injectors.


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