Question about Suzuki Grand Vitara
I you have had this code cleared and now it is back then you have a problem as the ECM has picked up an error.You need to go back for a diagnostic test and read the error code.Once you get this error code you will have an idea of what is wrong and where to start troubleshooting.Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
There are many different faults that can cause the engine warning light coming back.
To address the problem we will need to know what error code the dealer found after scanning your Vitara's ECU.
The code will tell us what kind of problem you are facing , and what the possible causes may be.
If the driveability is not affected, the error may be for example a bad connection to one of the O2 sensor, located on the exhaust system. This will cause a bigger emission levels and fuel consumption, but the car will still drive.
Try giving a call to the garage that did the code scanning, or scan again the ECU and write down the code, so that we can tell you what the problem can be.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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