20 Most Recent 2006 Suzuki Reno Questions & Answers


You can disconnect the battery for 5 min but you lose the codes. Try to use OBD scanner to get a code and what the problem is.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Jan 25, 2019


misfiring. i bet it fixed already... but.
all cars and machine are throw money,
you can buy new one, and make the salemen rich
or pay the mech to fix the old ones.
there is no free lunch in the laws of entropy, pay pay pay.
nothing lasts. not even earth.
"The US model line features the 2.0 L four-cylinder E-TEC II made by General Motors, developing a maximum power of 132 horsepower at 5600 rpm."

bingo on 2.0 E-tech -II engine, that be first whats THERE.?
MISFIRE. 1,2,3,4, (im guessing its a 4 banger, not stated , so....)
a Daewoo with a Gm engine, what a match from diablo.
both Daewoo and Suzuki are not defunct here, wow. sell.?

assuming that scan tool reads all suzuki DTCs, many cant.
misfire.
314 is KEY
Misfire Detected with Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor Error the fsm is on drugs?
it tells me air leaks in the intake,
any wonder that , a GM/Daewoo/Suzuki mix. huh, bum data.
my guess is the CMP is misfiring or its wires loose.

the key word above is WITH.
we all know that any CMP that misfires, , that the sparks will too.
as the CMP is a precursor to spark, in fact tells ECU which cylinder is next.


2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Aug 22, 2018


Nope, disconnect the battery before install and reconnect it when your done.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Mar 27, 2018


Hi. You'll need a 17mm socket and wrench. A screwdriver or something to remove the clip from the brake hose and a 15mm wrench to hold the back of the stabilizer link. The 17mm socket will be used to remove the top bolt and the stabilizer bolt and the 2 bolt and nuts holding the strut. Oh, remove the tire first. Hee.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Mar 27, 2018


First check transmission fluid,when warm,if low,fill,note some vehicles don't have dips tick and have to be lifted and checked certain way,if it has a check engine go to local auto parts store and get it checked out.Do not recommend driving it like that cause driving it could cause it internal damage.Possibly a silinoid inside tans mission usually there is no need for the whole transmission to be completely taken apart and it's less costly.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Jan 14, 2018


get it serviced?
if you dont know what oil leaks are or how serious
then get it serviced now,
stop driving it. or burn up a good (hope) engine.
call a tow truck, is best possible end results.
but
open hood, and turn the oil filter CW to tight.
look for road collision damage under car, first.
google how to tighten a filter, oil, see wix filter page, read.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Mar 23, 2017


easy as falling off a log.
all usa cars, 1996 to NOW

you forgot to run all monitors the end.
takes a scan tool to see that, and I bet you dont have one.

drive slow and fast for 1hr.
and most will clear.(if not failing,sure)
EVAP and EGR ARE THE 2 SLOW ONES.
EVAP CAN TAKE 30 MINS,!!
AND SOME FAIL TO FINISH (EVAP) UNTIL TANK IS
1/2 TO 3/4 FULL, the evap monitor STALLS FULL.
the evap test needs air space on top of tank
to complete the smog check (this one onlY)


THE service manual covers all this if curios.
get rid of all RED boxes. below.
simple? yes. (takes a real scan tool to see em)

http://www.fixkick.com/ECU/Authority/monitors.jpg

if the CEL lamp is on,, you FAIL.
so,?????????

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Feb 14, 2017


so easy like falling off a long
well you for got to run car long enough to complete all EPA
mandated monitors, all scan tools show this, completed monitors.
drive for 1hr. fast and slow, over 50 and then city
done.
or learn to scan
reseting the pcm is dead wrong now, if CEL is off
if you do it wrong , you fail every time.

is this hard>
1: CEL lamp off, driving. if not FAIL (USA)
2a: all monitors must be clear, ( 1 allowed not done in some states)
2b, drive for 1hr, end all this worry.

3a:? gas cap good. and no DTC errors for it and evap
see #1
in most states you have to pass a tank filler pressure test.
this can be easy to fail.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Feb 07, 2017


Keisha,

How many miles on these tires? Are they wearing on the outside edge, inside edge, or evenly across the tread? do you have them rotated regularly? Generally the number one cause of premature tire wear is improper inflation. Always use the tire pressure information on the sticker on the inside of your driver side door, not the "Max PSI" listed on the tire. The second cause is the wheels being out of alignment. Most tire shops will check the alignment for free. I usually suggest Firestone because they (to my knowledge) are one of the only shops left that do lifetime warranty alignments. Good luck and hope this helps.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Aug 07, 2015


That is called a stalled engine , causes p/s to get harder to turn, key "on" , but never lockup...ever.
steering lockup is something else and vastly dangerous moving..

stalls have over 50 causes. ill not list all 50
1:never ever tuned up?, the 60k mile service skipped?
spark parts and filters.... bla bla.
2: ISC bad, stuck , clean it.yet>?
3: EGR stuck open rpm is already too low and A/C pushes it over the cliff... (tunes check this)
4: A/c compressor seizing? (get it checked)
5: lean fuel mixture. (lots of causes ask if you have tools how to find that, i bet NOT)
6: spark bad, not tuneup relate, say coil pack bad.
7: ever use a scan tool and see if there are DTC errors at the stall say, P03xx errors??
my guess is you dont know how to scan if true then why not get car serviced, and not ask for help to do things you can't do. or are unwilling to do or buy the tools needed.?
lots more, if list all parts that can weaken and engine cause it to not have enough power to run AC.
does engine have full power in demand by you. up hills? (bam,.shoe falls off other foot)

answered now in pure physics.!
1: a weak engine, for 50 reasons. includes ISC bad.
2: A/C compressor seizing.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Aug 07, 2015


Anyone trying to answer this Kim would need to model, make, year of the car. But I suggest reading your owner's manual.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Aug 07, 2015


Some thing may have broken under the tee-bar remove and check operation.,check the cable has,nt broken.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Aug 07, 2015


you can get that switch at any major parts store or a dealer


Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/sean_54c3a3dc48a7773c

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on May 08, 2015


is this a HVAC question heater and a/C?
cold engines, make only cold air
hot engines make hot air.
for 100 +years. now.

2006 Suzuki Reno | Answered on Mar 27, 2015

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