08-03-2019, 12:17 PM
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Georgetown, Guyana
If what you're looking for is assistance/guidance, you're going about it the wrong way - the reason for the questions is to get a better picture of what is going on - the answers guide the diagnosis, and you've answered none of them.
The idle speed on the vast majority of fuel injected engines is controlled by a device that allows a limited volume of air to bypass the throttle plate, this device is known by different names, with IAC (Idle Air Control) valve and ISC (Idle Speed Control) valve being the most common - on the H20a & H25a engines, Suzuki calls it an IAC valve, on the H27a, it's called an ISC valve - so yes, your 2.0 V6 does have an IAC valve.
Are you seriously telling me that someone diagnosed the fuel tank as the reason the engine cuts out after running for four seconds???
Something tells me I'm not getting the full story here.
98 - 1.8 Mitsubishi Pajero iO
98 - 2.0 Suzuki Grand Vitara - SQ420
05 - 2.0 Suzuki Grand Vitara - JB420
15 - 2.4 Kia Sportage