Question about 2006 Suzuki Forenza
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1994 suzuki swift gti
My 1994 GTi was doing the same thing. The car should idle a bit fast when cold, say 1500rpm, due to the auto-choke. However, 2800rpm is too high. I had a look at my throttle system and could not workout how to adjust the auto-choke idle speed seperate from the normal idle. So I reluctantly had it serviced by the agents, they cleaned out the throttle body and adjusted it. It is better, 1900rpm, but still a bit high for my liking.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
SOURCE: bucking while idling
Have the upper and lower intake manifold checked. It needs to be a cold start. 2000's are notorious for having the gaskets crack and leak. This may be causing the engine to idle rough at start-up ans somewhat disappear after warming. Winter starts can shake the steering wheel!
P.s. I had it fixed at 65,000 miles (warranty), and am having it fixed again at $120,000 miles.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
most cars have whats called the IAC (Idle Air Control) sensor, but other sensors can cause the same problem. fords have a bad problem with these sensors. keep in mind it is not always a sensor, but in most cases this is a successful fix. good luck!
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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