Question about 1996 Suzuki Swift
I have replaced the maf censor and fuel filter on my suzuki swift gti 1.3 but this dosnt seem to solve the problem. i have been told that the relay can get extremely hot and cause it to cut out and when the engine cuts out the relay restarts the pump again . i can hear the fuel pump working so i know there is fuel going up to the injector rail. please can you help as this is frustrating many robert scott.
When starting/cranking, computer will activate fuel relay so that it will start. Once running there are fail safes built in - no oil pressure, bad signal from crank angle sensor or throttle position sensor, crash sensor activated (stops fuel pump) or even immobilizer faulty. Will it idle with Mass Air Flow sensor unplugged? Could be a broken wire or bad connector. Hope you have found problem by now! An auto electrician will find it very quickly.
Posted on Jan 06, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
in the engine bay above the battery from memory is the fuse box for the main fuses & relays they should be marked on top of case one is for the fule pump.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Hi I am Vortash well as it requires spark to ignite the petrol compressed in the cylinders I would say .. YES lol thing to do is check if your coil is faulty or not the main lead to the distributor comes from the coil to the distributor cap pull the lead out from the cap .. place the lead somewhere you can see it clearly but no more that 1/2" away from an earthed point on the bodywork , ( Better if you can get a brave friend to do this ) and turn the engine over a few times if you get a spark to the earth that eliminates the coil as the fault .. In which case the most likey cause is the Rotor arm beneath the Distributor cap or the cap itself need replacing .. and if your doing that best to replace the leads also .. But if you did not get a spark from that first test it still may not be the coil .
however there it starts to get complicated and you do really need the Haynes Manual to guide you to the next steps .. for instance is it Points ie contact breakers or electronic CDi distributor .. see what I mean so I hope this has helped you , and remeber a lucas tune will probably find this fault in less than a minute so that may be worth your while if time is of an essence to you ... Regards Vortash
Posted on May 15, 2009
i have a simialer problem but i was getting neat fuel out the exhaust as well . i removed the engine because id got a replacement then stripped the old one and as i thought it was a valve timing problem.looking at the engine from the front the cams on the left bank had jumped one tooth out of time so fuel was not being burnt and coming straight through the exhaust.strangely it didnt seem to have a big missfire and idling and smoke got worse when warm.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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