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I need an advice please help me out I have suzuki liana/Aerio, recently the fault occured in it that sparking plugs having jurks i got checked all the plugs its fine but jurkus still remains same, can you please advise me that is there any possiblity if any fault in computer card & due to this plugs got jurks. Please help me out in this matter, I will be very thankful to you. Thanks & Regards, Rahim

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You don't mention the year, but I's guess its 8-10 years old.

Jerking is commonly caused by a spark or fuel problem, or both.

Try cleaning the plug wires with WD40. This may or may not help. If the wires are very old, cracked or damaged, replace them.

Inspect the distributor if it has one. If so, check the internal coil and power transistor. If there are multiple coils packs, one may be flakey.

If the engine is missing on one cylinder, you need to identify which one, then do a compression check. For an older engine, it may be blowing a head gasket or a valve may be leaking. In both cases the head has to be removed and reconditioned.

Posted on Jan 04, 2011

  • xyz_70 Jan 07, 2011

    I encountered the same problem 2 yrs ago and it caused by coil assy ignition. I did changed spark plugs but it occured again and this round Malfunction Indicator lighted up and it won't goes out when the engine started as it normally do (according from the manual as this car has a computer-controlled emission control system). The part sat just on top of thespark plugs. I got it changed at Suzuki main branch.

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