Question about 1993 Suzuki Swift
When you switch your car off at night and leave it till the morning, especially in older cars, gravity causes oils and lubricants to drip to the bottom of the car, then when its cold and you start it in the morning the oil doesn't do it's job correctly. you need to let the car heat up before you drive it, that should do the trick.
and also on a side note, if the car is automatic,if it isn't revving out before it changes gear it's fine.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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