With my Forenza , Sometimes when backing the check engine light will come on and stay on ,and the car runs rough as it is low on power . After Turing it on and off a few times , the check engine light will turn off and the car will run normal . What's the cause of this .
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The easiest way to reset the 2006 Suzuki check engine light is to remove the fuse. Keep the fuse out for 10 seconds, and replace it to its original slot.
There is no dipstick you have to check it under the car
Its under the car
the 2007 suzuki does not have a dip stick you must take it to a professional to get transmission fluid checked.
Check the air pressure in your tires
Possibility #1: Mechanics missed something. Possibility #2: Computer malfunction.
One would replace the camshaft position sensor on a 2004 Suzuki Forenza by taking it to a certified auto mechanic. The mechanic would then check out and repair the issue, thereby rendering the car back to a serviceable condition.
There are a number of reasons why the check engine light comes on, on a Suzuki x90. This is an indication that there is some malfunction in the engine which requires attention.
You can't!! You have to take it to the dealer. It has a special you need to unlock the transmission chamber.
The Suzuki Forenza Maitnenence Schedule suggests inspecting it at 30,000 mile intervals and replacing it at 60,000 mile intervals. This car has an interference engine. That means that if the timing belt breaks the engine will suffer severe internal damage and will likely have to be replaced. Replacing the timing belt is rather expensive, but doing so may save you an engine..... Your not only supposed to check it at 30,000, but it needs to be adjusted. The belt will get loose after it has stretched and it needs to be tightened back up.
A flashing check engine light is an indication of a misfire.
All you have to do is disconnect the negative battery cable for 5 minutes and this will reset you computer to factory settings.... That will not clear it and even if you do get it to go off you still haven't fixed the problem and it will come back on.
To reset a check engine light in a Suzuki Jimny, one suggestion is to disconnect the negative battery cable for 5-10 minutes in order to reset the light.
The engine will line up, you might be able to fabricate some engine mounts and make it work. I would check with my Suzuki shop and ask them before attempting such a chore.
There is a switch close to the steering column that turns it off.
Near the Engine
Reset tje battery
common problem with 1998 mystique check engine light on
Your car well not start it will turn over but not start. If it is just having problems starting it may be a bad check valve.
check the fuse on the wires on your radio, there is a separate wire for the display lights that should be wired to your dash lights
Our "Check Engine" light recently came on and we took it to the dealer to have it diagnosed. They said it was the Camshaft Sensor which keeps the cams and pistons properly timed and in correct position. I'm not exactly sure where, but all they said was that it was an internal part and told us that some part of the engine would have to be taken apart to change it.
Check the VIN... serial # on engine... valve covers labeled... call a dealer...
well your having a problem with the transmission range sensor which is covered by your suzuki warranty of 7yr 100k it may need a transmission check with your local dealer... The range sensor is not covered under the powertrain warranty, only 3 year 36,000
Disconnect the battery for a half hour and then reconnect, it should reset the engine light.