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Dear Adnan,your car was good after the coil change,right?your is good on petrol,right?if anything related valves is happening inside the engine,there must be more symptoms like 1,rough idle which i do not think you are facing currently 2,too much heating,again i assume not a matter relating your problem,3 too high petrol consumption that is also not mentioned in any post of you.
So,most probably your car's problem is not mechanical,i personally feel it is electrical issue and as you already have undergone an electric repair work lately.
You must have to visit a suzuki scanner first to get to the actual cause,some times issues are minor but because of unawareness we provide chances to ordinary mechanics to play with our cars and mess.
ECU works with self diagnostic system which constantly monitor the circuits and their inputs.When it detects a problem,it illuminates the MIL (malfunction indication light) and informs you to address the components and find fault.Now how to find the fault,you will have to connect a scanner to its DLC port.
BUTT some times an error occurs inside like malfunctioning of some electric component and before you reach a workshop it is corrected by itself,here ecu stores a trouble code inside its live memory(these codes+the codes) which were not cleared by a scanner after a repair job from live memory ACTS some times and make ecu think that some thing is wrong.This act makes ecu work in ''safe mode'' like our home computers when we mess with its system files.
I hope you understand what i want to say,so first of all consult a scanner and for this as there are no scanners available for liana in abbotabad(you said) go to Nazir Autos G/8-4 islamabad, i have personally got my car's ecu checked from their scanners as a routine service, to clear previous codes and to know the actual acting codes.
there are couple of other "zubaida apa's totka to reset the ecu" BUT actual way is to connect a scanner.
Totka no 1,disconnect -ve cable from battery and then disconnect positive as well for half an hour the reconnect +ve first and -ve later.
Totka no 2,start the car and run some yards forward then without switching it off run it reverse for few yards and switch off, do this three times intermittently so to make ecu think multiple successive tours and shut offs.
after how much kms liana needs to be head job done?mine is 85k driven,and why liana dont have adjustable tapets
I am really scared of this fixed taped thingy. I think every Liana will have to got through it .........
Would be wonderful if anyone of you have any experience regarding the following.
I have a 06' RXi, done around 63,000 finally the cv joints (outer) have started giving the warning signals (sound on turnings).
I have check with the Suzuki I-9, according to them the original will cost me JUST Rs. 95,000 and other option is available for Rs. 12,000 (this includes the cost of the both the cv joints, labour and some cost related to adjusting the inner ones, they have not checked the car so far but according to them when the outer are replace the inner should also be 'adjusted'...dont know what do they mean by that). But the problem is that they are not sure about the brand of the cv joints...according to them the 'company' provides us and we dont know what brand is that....how interesting is that ) But they are giving guarantee for three long months
On the other hand I am thinking of getting HDK (Japanese),which are for Rs. 7,400 in Islamabad...and take those to Suzuki and pay them the labour + other costs...wound end up paying again Rs. 12,000. But Suzuki will obviously give no guarantee for that...
What do you all suggest...I am more for the second option, at least I will know what part i am putting in.
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