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Just did an engine swap on a 2008 Suzuki grand vitarA and I'm not getting current to the spark plugs everything else has current

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Take every sensor,wiring and switch from the old engine and install on the new engine.If the old engine was running before the swap,the new engine should run with the good sensors,wiring and switches.

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one of the hardest starters to remove
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or the engine mount bracket

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My suzuki vitara with 2 ltr peugeot engine after power washing engine going into limp mode??


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Diagram of vacuum and fuel hose hook ups on a 2008 Suzuki Grand Vitara?


in the USA, sure a great secret, but our cars have that map under the hood, EPA mandated. open hood, and there it is for your instated engine. (some have 4 choices) mines a 2.5L but yours may be 3.6L H36 its called by suz. but fuel (well there are only 1 or 2 places to do that and both are at the fuel rail and can not be swapped they dont reach, but is covered in the FSM, ever heard of that, the factory serivce manual.? 4 dollars a look, or buy one. here is the link,
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2003 Suzuki Grand Vitara won't start engine


what engine, state engine size and country.
there can only be 3 ways, to fail.
bad engine (low compresssion, us the $20 tool at WOT and see over 170psi.
Bad spark
bad fueling.
just because spark coils (COPS?) work on other car , dont mean much.
what counts is your car , its a system.
the cops, have fast 5mS pulse when firing, you using a scope to see that?
Im so curious, why not to the time old test, use a real spark plug
attached to the COP end, spark plug shell grounded to engine metal
and crank, is spark good x4? or x6 if V6 (engine NOT STATED)
is it? then spark is good, leaving fueling.
do not touch the spark plug cranking, it can hit 100,000 volts.
I use a ground strap on the spark plug casing, hands free, or you can be hurt bad, by the spark or when you jump and cut arm backing off
on cars that flood, is it flooding?
I found my engine compression good, then found all 4 sparks fire good.
so i pull the fuel pump relay. killing fueling.
i then use "test fuel" to start engine (again, text book tests)
I use the new CRC brand of test fuel with top end oiling.
i spray it in the plenum, and it starts.
if the spark plugs are bad, (part oftune it up)
it may not start if flooded,
use WOT at the throttle (cuts fuel) and start any flooded engine.
if the spark tips are black and stink of raw fuel (wet with fuel)
that means flooding.
pull the fuel pump relay ,test fuel runs for 3 seconds. each time.
3 second spray max. each time.
if that works out, then find reason for flooding if flooding.
if not flooding, you find dry sparks.
then trouble shoot no fuel.
fuel pressure not near 30 PS?
fuel pressure too high say, 60, it will flood for ever.
there are only 3 tests.
and 4 counting wet /dry sparks.
the tests done, will put you on the correct path every time.
no guessing, no swapping parts to other cars.

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what engine, they have many.
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see my cop swap here. its clear on cars with coil over plugs.
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