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Old 03-10-2018, 01:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all.
I need help with my 2001 Grand Vitara. Its giving Fault code P1517 and the diag tool says anti start function faulty. if I try to clear fault code it say must do an engine reset What tool do I need to carry out this function??? My local Suzuki dealer only wants to sell me a new car.
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Sorry I forgot to add the model its a 2.0 TD
Any help with this will be greatly appreciated.
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I figured it may be, loads of problems with the immobilizer system on the earlier ones. Don't know if your find anything useful here Difflock :: View topic - Grand vitara glowplug light flashing. car wont start. . All this by-pass talk ignore, to the best of my knowledge the isn't one. The glowplug light should be flashing though if this is the case. Which engine do you have the RF or the RHZ.

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Hi thanks for the reply I have the RHZ Engine
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Unfortunately the RHZ workshop manual offers nothing for this code .
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Don't know if this concerns your vehicle ...

Does the engine start and run when you give it some starting fluid?

If yes then there may be a fuel leak.
On some diesels, engine won't fire up injectors unless there is a certain pressure at the fuel rail.
A fuel leak may mean the injectors are not holding the fuel to allow the correct pressure to be reached
Or, the leak lets the fuel return to the fuel tank
Or, the fuel pressure sensor is faulty

Take the information with a grain of salt
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