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WE HAVE A SUZUKI SWIFT, 2001, 1.4 16V, WITH

WE HAVE A SUZUKI SWIFT, 1998, 1.4 16V, WITH RUNNING PROBLEM WHEN HOT. THE EXHAUST WAS BLOCKED AND BLOWING, WE HAVE CHANGED THIS BUT IT STILL WONT RUN PROPERLY. CAN YOU HELP?

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  • maria536 Sep 24, 2009

    Thank you for your reply.
    It runs ok when cold but when it gets hot it looses power. It goes from 70 to 30 miles per hour in seconds. It has an automatic gearbox by the way.
    Hope you can help
    Thanks.
    Maria

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Can you describe what the car does when it is hot? Mike. Rate 100% and respond back please.

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