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Old 07-19-2016, 10:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey I have a 06 Suzuki forenza. I'm living out of town for the summer and the car is acting up. I have the resources at home to get something like this resolved. I'm at a loss right now. And way to cheap to go to the dealer. With that being said.

I've got an 06 Suzuki forenza. I bought it right before I left town. They had just gotten done swapping the engine. I drive 2000 miles and it does great. One day I was driving down the road and it dies. I pull over give it a minute and were on out way with no issues. In the next month or so it does it from time to time. Then the problem escalates. I'll get in the car start it and it idols up and down. Evens off then it gives me no throttle response. Let it sit long enough it'll stop and let you be on your way.

I have already changed the throttle body. The throttle position sensor. The cam shaft sensor. Cleaned changed spark plugs. Cleaned the the egr. I thought that fixed it. Nope. Got in it to go to work and I wouldn't idol up.

I'm at a loss. Has any one dealt with this before? I'm trying to be frugal with my expenses. Newly married college student.
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The codes it threw are
Catalys efficiency below
Cam shaft position sensor circuit malfunction
Tac three times. Forced engine shut down.
Throttle limitation
Forced limit engine speed
Controll module torque performance
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Seems like when they put the timing belt on, they didn't align the camshaft and the crank where they exactly supposed to be...I'll bet on that, redo the timing belt because it can cause 100 problems
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That would still allow the engine to run? What causes it to break down? And why does it re start and act normal after sitting for some time?
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Yes it still allows the engine to run if its misaligned, If thats the problem then im assuming it breaks down because the crank isn't timed with the cams..It could be another issue but i would check the alignment on the belt.. I would also check the cam position sensor if the timing belt is aligned and all good if its the sensor then its easy.
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Replace MAP sensor under fuel rail.
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