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Transmission sensor not working properly and the car barely cranks. engine light keeps coming on and off

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There is some recalls on transmissions problems it a electrical is sure some grounds wires burning up etc and computer not getting power cause the transmission relay burning up short in wiring harness too and headlights look on Internet technical bulletins from Suzuki

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Sounds like oyur not getting enough spark check your battery first then your coil packs and plugs to make sure u are gettin the optumum spark

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