Question about 1990 Suzuki Swift
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like a check engine light, probably a bad sensor. get the vehicle computer codes read at an independent shop or dealership. you may be able to get the computer codes read at an auto-zone for free but you need someone who can interpret the code because it's rarely what the code actually says and if you get it read at auto-zone just don't buy the parts there. in my 16 years of professional automotive work i've had the worst luck with auto-zone parts and service than any other parts supplier.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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