Question about 1999 Suzuki Vitara
Hello! I suspect a defective Fuel Tank Pressure Sensor. It is located on the top of the tank...It has a 3 wire connector...Wire colors are...Brown/Red...Gray/Yellow...And Gray/Red...It cost around $260...But it can be tested but difficult to get at unless you drop the tank...Set volt meter to read 5 volts...Using two safety pins, push one into the rear of the in place connector on the outside pin (Brown/Red) and the other on the other outside pin (Gray/Red)...Turn on key...connect meter + probe to the rear right side pin and the - probe to the rear left side pin...Must read +5 volts...Move the right rear pin to the middle wire (Gray/Yellow)...Must read 3.3 volts...If you do not read the proper voltage the sensor is defective...
AIRTEX / WELLS Part # 5S5638. Cost=$250
Posted on May 18, 2011
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