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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: VEHICLE WONT START
In the 1995-97 Suzuki Swift/Geo Metro/Pontiac Firefly the engine won't start if the auto. transmission is in any gear other that park or neutral or if the manual transmission's clutch pedal isn't depressed ALL THE WAY, or if you have a kill switch on it. If the car shuts off power to the radio and more specifically if it blacks out the indicators it means that the car is refusing to start the engine, not that it can't start the engine. If you are stepping on the clutch properly or have it in the right gear (auto) and it still won't start you might want to check on any sensors that tell the car where the clutch pedal or gear shifter are. You might also want to check on any electronic anti theft devices you have in the car: if they are worn or damaged than they might be stopping the engine from starting.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
P0118 - Engine Coolant Temperture Sensor - Circuit High Input
P0301 - Cylinder 1- Misfire Detected
P0705 - Transmission Range Sensor Switch Circuit Malfuction (PRNDL Input)
P0118 - Replace Engine coolant Temperture sensoe located by thermostat housing (upper ragiator hose connects to) sensor is 1 where wire loom lays nect to valve cover.
P0301 - bad spark plug/wire, remove #1 cylinder plug wire inspect for oil on wire (if have oil on wire, valve cover gasket leaking, needs to be replaced) if no oil, inspect plug, replace plugs if needed.
P0705 - bad neutral safty switch (Transmission Range Switch) located on Right Side of Automantic Transmission (by shifter cable)
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
Hello tdxflygirl: My name is Roger and I will give you some helpful information. All these things may be wrong but repair as you money allows. The main leak I would be worried about is the leak behind the timing belt cover. Your timing belt does not work well with oil. Oil will break down the composition of the belt. You did not say which motor you have in your vehicle so I assume it is a 1.6l. engine. As for the valve cover they usually seep more than out right leak. There is no pressure on them like the camshaft and crankshaft seals. The distributor seal does have oil pressure on it but should be inexpensive to repair.The ripped intake boot I am not quite sure which one you are talking about. This could be a grommet or a boot. If this is boot it could create a vacuum leak and cause the check engine light to come on. The housing you are talking about I am not sure of. As I can not find a good picture of any housing in the repair manual. As for the plug wires They will become oil soaked over a period of time. This will short them out and cause a misfire in the engine. I would recommend getting a second opinion before spending a lot of money an repairs. Also have them prioritize the repairs as to what should be done first and do them a little at a time. Shops are like everyone else. Times are not all that great. They would love to do this all at once. But a small job here and there add up also. Should you nee further help please just ask. Please rate the answer as this way I know it helped. Thank You for using Fix Ya Roger
Posted on Mar 15, 2010
Testimonial: "JX is 1.6L engine. Timing belt is 2yr new. Check engine lt. code read:EGR system, so boot WAS the problem? 3-4 drops/oil drips daily, nothing massive."
P0650 Malfunction Indicator Lamp (MIL) Control Circuit
This indicates that a malfunction in the control circuit that monitors devices and turn on the MIL has been detected. Often the problem is only temporary, if it does occurr with regularity, the PCM may need replacement. Here the problem explained.
P0705 Transmission Range Sensor Circuit Malfunction (PRNDL Input)
Usually the TRS (transmission range sensor) must be replaced. Common problem on Verona and Forenza.
The TRS job is around $200/$250. The PCM is expensive. I think there is a long warranty on the TRS, up to 7 years. Contact the dealer and find out if it does apply.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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