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White smoke should be water Blue smoke is oil Black smoke is rich mixture Try one of the oil leak treatments. It repairs seals. ..

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1989 Suzuki... • Answered on Apr 28, 2021

something is shorting to ground...look for any bare wiring...i had one time ..a brake light fuse kept blowing...after about 2 days found out it was the bulb it self (it was working too)...strange ???

2002 Suzuki XL-7 • Answered on Apr 17, 2021

After searching on the net we saw a blog that said in rrsponse to having the rattle to ring the suzuki customer service hot line so we did. Found out that our jimny had a VIN number that was part of a recall that is still current. We booked in to get the rattle fixed at no cost they said for 12 Jan 2015. However today as we were driving along the steering column broke completely. We got the jimny towed to the same suzuki dealer and will be fixed free of cost next week. Moral of the story is ring Suzuki customer care and don't put it off!

2006 Suzuki... • Answered on Mar 31, 2021

Could be lamp failure

Suzuki Cars &... • Answered on Mar 22, 2021

This is one of those pain in the tail bone jobs! To get the headlight out you have to remove the headlight surround and grille to get to all the mounting bolts. You will need to remove to 'push in' clips across the top of the front grill and GENTLY lever out the push pegs on the outer edge of the trim panel under the headlight. (Nearest the turn signal). I would suggest buying some new ones to replace them as at least one will break when your trying to get them out. They are usually cheap to buy. Undo both ends of the grille, both the left and right sides, and the grille should tilt forward and lift out. Be gentle doing this as the grille Will snap if your too rough. This should reveal three bolts, usually a 10mm head, one on top and two underneath. The lower ones should be on the corners of the headlight housing. The headlight should roll forward and out giving access to the wiring plugs for the bulbs. When putting everything back on and the grille is positioned correctly the 'push in' clips should refit with a firm tap with the edge of your hand.

Suzuki Cars &... • Answered on Mar 19, 2021

It should be about 45 PSI at idle.

1999 Suzuki... • Answered on Mar 11, 2021

1997 Suzuki Baleno we dont have Baleno's here on this USA forum (and country) so cant just look up you book , liker ours. but the operators guide covers that. lost yours? here is our. note how Baleno is missing, ? a USA pit stop.! ask your local suzuki for the missing book, so next time you are ready? did you open the hood yet and try to find the bulb socket and lighting laws vary by country , some have auto aiming lights and are different. (laws gov. these facts)

1997 Suzuki... • Answered on Mar 08, 2021

Try pushing the connector back together with a little bit of force. This might free the peg letting it move. Another method is to use a small flat blade screwdriver to Gently push the peg in and out a few times to loosen it up. These connectors often never get removed for the entire life of the vehicle so are stiff like new ones. Once the peg does move you should be able to 'wiggle' it free.

Suzuki Alto Cars... • Answered on Mar 07, 2021

EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) valve helps to reduce the exhaust emission of automobiles. It recycles some gases discharged from the engine by returning them to the intake manifold, where the engine can burn these gases again, thus reducing emissions. The exhaust gas recirculation valve is located in the engine compartment (under the hood). Most engines need exhaust gas recirculation to meet emission standards. If the exhaust gas recirculation valve is broken, the car will not pass the exhaust. My Suzuki Jimny has had such a question before, so I am more qualified to answer this question

Suzuki Cars &... • Answered on Mar 02, 2021

Unfortunately, how good an OBD2 scanner is often depends on how much it cost to buy! The cheapest scanners usually only scan for the most common trouble codes. The much more expensive ones tend to cover much more detailed lists of codes. Some can be set to work on specific vehicle makers. I have a scanner that I paid nearly £200 for. There are certain codes that will only be readable on a Dealership system but these tend to be the more serious issues.

Suzuki SX4 Cars... • Answered on Feb 25, 2021

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