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2003 Suzuki Aerio stalling out

I have a 03 Aerio, that looses power when I turn on the fan, and the air conditioner, to a point where it stalls when I come to a stop.

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  • tmsanabria Feb 04, 2009

    My 2003 Suzuki Aerio has started making a noise of metal on metal rubbing near the pully, What do I do?

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It's normal. But it didn't happen every second.
This is every car company that never told us about.

Just check your home-refrigerator, once the pump starts working, our stabilizer or electricity would have a "drawdown" temporarily. This means it sucks power -exactly- when it needs power to accelerate.

And it works the same in our car. Aerio is using ND, you know how good this air conditioner is. Quick in refrigerating us, but **** better energy and fuel-consumption once it needs power to accelerate the turbin.

But once the sensor thinks it's enough, your car performance will be returned slowly to nearly almost like you're not turning on the A/C.

Bro, it happened in all cars, but each car vendor was using different brand. Different brand means they works not the same. My Toyota Vios is the slowest in producing the cold, but that's right, the car won't lose (at least) the performance even though I had switch to coolest and bigger fan.

Well, hope this helps.

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