2006 Suzuki Forenza Questions
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The car runs great no problems.. it has 111000 miles on it...
Replaced the ignition
It displays 3 codes po3125,4021. Ive cleaned the egr but it didnt work. Today it was smoking a light blue smoke but no leakage that i can tell.
What will happen
I have read that there are many things wrong when this code comes up the car has plenty of spark and plenty of fuel almost to the point where it's being flooded when I took spark plugs out looks like lots of fuel in cylinder but will not start it died while driving down the road if I replace the throttle body sensor will it correct this problem or is there much more to it and is this a recall yet since there's so many people having the problem
Was going 60 mph down Rd and all of sudden car just shut off list all power ! Found out timing belt had broke took it apart and half of the belt was shredded rubber everywhere ! Well got the belt replaced triple checked the timing it's right finally but car turns over but will not crank! Checked the spark plugs , battery, everything but still nothing ! Could the camshaft sensor cause this not to start ? Check engine light came off n off again got it checked but was showing o2 sensor and throttle position sensor ! Days prior to my belt breaking car never cranked n started on 1st try so idk Wat problem could be plz help
Swapping motor an granny was wondering what models with the 2.0 would fit or if it had to b a forenza
It seems like the throttle actuator may be the source of the problem. The engine surges intermittently. the exhaust smells very rich. when this occurs, if I regulate the accelerator the speed fluctuations seem to smooth out. I think the transmission P0700 and 161B, 0420 are symptoms of the fluctuating throttle.
Any thoughts or perspective would be greatly appreciated. Cheers
I put in 2 quarts and its still not starting
Happens a lot mostly after sitting in the sun all day.
Key getting stuck in ignition happens often.