Question about Suzuki Swift
Throttle Position Sensor has a dead spot? Loosen the screws til you can
rotate the body and listen to rpms. idle rpm should be 8/900. Had some
hesitation around 1500/2000 rpm and found a dead spot in TPS. Quick and
Other possiblities sounds like a vacuum leak; possibly in the intake tube.
Tes it and tell us news.
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
Since everything works normally except when shifting to high speed,
it either has a bad clutch/pressure plate/flywheel combo or the engine could not provide the power needed when load is applied such as when driving off in higher gear.
The latter can be discounted if the engine does not feel underpowered in any way or the idle is normal. If not then check for vacuum/air leaks and if none is found replace the idle air valve.Also get the TPS sensor checked. (Throttle position sensor).Also check if the timing belt is got overstretched and worn out.it may be getting stretched at high rpm and slipping.This may be causing hesitation. Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this solution and show your appreciation.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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