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Suzuki is reving high for a long time and loss of power

My suzuki is reving high for a long time and is dying out at full throttle.whats wrong? I checked carb, throttle cables,and handle controls. Everything came up good but i cant figure it out. Have any ideas?

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Replace your stator side crank case seal

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When you say revving high, does that mean without you applying the throttle? If so, you may have a bad crank seal. Have you been noticing more smoke than normal? A drop in transmission oil? 
Crank seals do go. The magneto side can be replaced without pulling the motor. the clutch side, however....... This I know from personal experience!

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I own a Suzuki swift 2000 model was driving along then I started to loose power then the car turned off then the eps light comes on what's wrong


ever get a full tune up in 15 years.
lost power is 99% of time just that, not doing service on car.
and is very common,.... so....did you?
spark parts and filters?
lost power can be misfiring or bogging,
misfire is violent and spark.
bogging (smooth) is loss of fueling.
stalling is same
if you cant save the stall with a fast right foot, it is usually loss of fueling.
say, bad fuel, out of fuel, wrong fuel (diesel)
or filter clogged, low fuel pressure. (forget EPS)
fix engine.
unless transmission was slipping what it, RPM rises car fails to move faster, that be SLIP.

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Where is the throttle body located?


old post , and great question

the TB is a thing that contains the AIR throttle, the body holds

that TV throttle valve (or some call it a TP throttle plate)

this car has 6 engines, and varies by country. what country>?

what engine? (USA cars have a hood EPA tag, it states the engine)



sure cleaning it can help and for sure with throttle by wire.

the body gets full of EGR/PCV crap. (called GUNK) and if not

removed on high mileage cars, it jams the silly throttle by wire

motor. (and related\'s)

why not scan the PCM and SEE ALL DTC errors.

that be first. !!!



loose power has many causes, up to 50.

why not scan it first, (the CEL lamp to me is useless , unless stuck on)

scan it first.

this engine has many limphome modes (suzuki failsafe)

and will run slow. in limp mode.

scan it.

the TBW , throttle by wire has it\'s own limp mode.

the transmission too, and others.



The TBW has up to 4 TPS sensors. 2 on the foot and 2 in the TB

if ANY of the 4 , do not AGREE, you go to LIMP HOME MODE>

or end up like a Toyota and huge class action lawsuits.



loss of power, not transmission caused, (slips or skips gears)

is engine power loss.

cause by (top ones of 50)

1: never getting a tuneup. and for sure the 60k mile.

2: misfire, caused by 3 major things. ask.

3: flooding.

4: bad spark see #1

5: clogged air filters see #1

6: clogged fuel filter.

7: weak fuel pump.

8: and the big one is loss o f engine compression for huge list of causes.

9: not scanning the PCM and believing what it told you. !!!

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