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Old 08-10-2015, 03:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am not a certified Suzuki technician. My analysis is based merely on trial and error. I am not liable for any damage that might be caused to others vehicles or persons. This FIX seems to have worked for me although these vehicles seem to have a number of issues that can cause the engine to stall. The ECM reads signals from the different components/sensors and makes adjustment accordingly. If any one of these sensors are faulty, including possibly the ECU, the car will not perform Operably. Test your O2 sensors before you go out and bye one. A volt meter from Harbor Freight sometimes free with coupon is good enough for this action.YouTube videos help in this process. Second, it could be any one of the other sensors such as the MAP and or the mass air flow and believe it or not, it could even be an air/vacuum leak or even fuel injector issues.I wish I had all answers. I suggest searching online your error codes and research what can be done to correct the code.The stalling problem occurs when in closed-loop. At start up,this is open loop vehicle is generly fine but after a while when the O2 sensor starts to communicate with the ECU, then it becomes a closed loop and the problems start. Check engine light comes on. So somewhere in the communication process there is a fault due to something not operating properly and or as I found out not always sensors but could even be a vacuum leak for one example..Ok, Just research a little before you start buying different sensors and all. If you know someone that could hook up a digital meter to check your air and gas mixture I would suggest that as well first. POST YOUR RESULTS
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What is this thread opening in regards to?

You are telling folks to conduct some basic diagnostic steps, mixed with a bit of proposed theory, no?

I think that testing is a given when troubleshooting problems, thus my confusion with what prompted this thread.

And wouldn't it be more prudent to suggest an initial code scan for errors? Maybe some Service Manual procedural steps? Or am I missing the point of all this.
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What is this thread opening in regards to?

You are telling folks to conduct some basic diagnostic steps, mixed with a bit of proposed theory, no?

I think that testing is a given when troubleshooting problems, thus my confusion with what prompted this thread.

And wouldn't it be more prudent to suggest an initial code scan for errors? Maybe some Service Manual procedural steps? Or am I missing the point of all this.
Hi Max, yes you are missing the point....As stated, Im not a tech and with my experience as a Suzuki Forenza owner and only that, I am merely giving my suggestions based on Trial and Error, hence a practical use for this site I would think. I have had the whole gamut and experience from A to Z with this Car. Yes, I had diagnostic testing done by dealers as well as codes read and a number of parts such as sensors,converters,plugs,wires,fluids;Etc...replac ed..It's no Secret of the problems and Issues that Suzuki owners have had and are having based on the forums on this and other sites...But maybe the confusion lies in the possibility that you have not read my previous threads and comments.In my case, I am merely trying to give any type of info that might help others who are faced with the same if not similar issues. I am not doing this for personal gain,recognition or moetary commission.God bless the dealerships and garages that charge to diagnose as well as the technicians that get paid, but I must say that in my case and what appears to be many others(conclusion derived from culmination of many comments on this and other forum sites)that that step has not worked.I hope this explains any type of confusion.
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But maybe the confusion lies in the possibility that you have not read my previous threads and comments.
And that is precisely the point. Why would you presume one would have read your past posts?

You started a stand-alone thread topic (rant of sorts) is what makes this thread so odd.

You should simply tie your additional (or closing) thoughts into the thread that perpetuated the issues at hand. That would have certainly made for a more cohesive discussion.

Edit: I see that you duplicated this SAME posting in the original thread AND now here again?

This is now making even less sense.

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