Question about Suzuki Swift
Check to ensure that the overdrive is on or you will be running at high revs in top gear.
The airconditioning usually switches on another fan so that can help cooling.
Often a cooling system can cope with lower speed running but faster and longer trips show up faults in several possible areas:
thermostat sticking or only opening partially.
radiator partially blocked.
electric fan not operating.
The above three should be tested.
The timing may be out but it is set by computer and would have to have cambelt setting wrong to cause overheating.
Waterpumps can wear the impellor but again is rare.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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