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    Cool Suzuki Swift Owners Club


    Suzuki Swift Owners Club - 14126521430 e098949a94 o


    Welcome aboard the Suzuki Swift Owners Club, a group for the passionate and crazy owners of Suzuki Swift.

    This thread will serve as a discussion forum for all the owners of Suzuki Swift across Pakistan. Members can post their experiences as well seek help for their automobile in various areas of interest.

    Apart from the regular discussion and posts there would be regular meets, get together as well as cruises in cities across Pakistan. The primary motive of the club is to promote the desire of the members to help and share information with other fellow members particularly related to Suzuki Swift.

    For the convenience of the members, below is a list of problems/ solutions being posted by different members of Suzuki Swift. Just click on any to go to that specific topic.

    Table of Contents


    1. Guide to CNG conversion
    2. Workshop manual (pdf)
    3. Maintenance Tips for owners
    4. Causes of poor mileage
    5. Platinum vs. Iridium Plugs debate
    6. Rain water accumulation problem in the spare wheel area
    7. Guide to measure mileage






    Guide to Suzuki Authorized Dealerships
    Key: Recommended - Not Recommended


    Karachi
    Suzuki Carachi Motors
    Suzuki South
    Naseer Autos

    Suzuki North
    Suzuki Defence Motors
    Khair Agencies
    I.G Motors
    Suzuki POLAD
    Lahore
    Suzuki Master Motors
    Islamabad
    Suzuki Islamabad Motors I-9
    Azim Motors I-10
    Suzuki Kazmi Motors

    Suzuki Federal Motors Islamabad
    Suzuki Chaudary Motors Murree Road
    Suzuki Humak Motors Islamabad
    Suzuki Chaudary Humak Motors
    Suzuki 6th Road Motors
    Multan
    Suzuki Oriental Motors
    Bhawalpur
    Suzuki Bahawalpur Motors
    Gujranwala
    Suzuki Gujranwala Motors



    More coming soon...


    Thank you for your stay


    Baat karo haq ki, chahay hatt jaye sabki

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    Swift all the wayyyyy.... say no to Sushi cars!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_ruhail View Post
    This post made my day. Apparently wheelbase, rock hard suspension and shock absorption are concepts pretty muddled up the mind of my brother here.

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    no they are crystal clear. enlighten me if my concepts are wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yawar538 View Post
    ROFLMAO.
    It has got a softer power steering and softer clutch than Civic 8th Gen (reborn), the engine response is better than the JDM Vitz or any other car in the similar league, the looks are subjective and hence a mere personal opinion. Yes door panel start squeaking but I guess it depends on how you maintain it.
    :s this is not one car i am talking, my colleague's brand new DX is also like that. and i have driven the 8th Gen and the new civic and have owned the pre-born civic as well. switf has a bad steering and a clutch. the clutch has to be pressed so much down and it tires you if you have to drive great distances within city. whats more the clutch cable on more than half of the cars make Chun Chun sound.

    why i talk about swift is its a great package but lacks quality. the sushi cars come no where near it and are much much bettter. i have a 1000 cc sushi car at home for more than 7 years and its going great. Swift has been nothing but a disappointment.

    it could have been great. what is making is not that good is refinement in all its features. the steering. the clutch. the suspension. the gear. the seating. door panels. refinement is the word.

    and why would suzuki put any refinement into it? wen they are giving us an engine which lacks just two points for individual firing of spark plugs.
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    last night went Lahore from Kamalia. Travel starts 90 PM at night and came back 30 AM.
    Average Speed 130Kmph maximum i could drive at 150Kmph,
    without Ac. average exactly 13KMPL
    Satisfied.... ODO now 2013 KM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    :s this is not one car i am talking, my colleague's brand new DX is also like that. and i have driven the 8th Gen and the new civic and have owned the pre-born civic as well. switf has a bad steering and a clutch. the clutch has to be pressed so much down and it tires you if you have to drive great distances within city. whats more the clutch cable on more than half of the cars make Chun Chun sound.

    why i talk about swift is its a great package but lacks quality. the sushi cars come no where near it and are much much bettter. i have a 1000 cc sushi car at home for more than 7 years and its going great. Swift has been nothing but a disappointment.

    it could have been great. what is making is not that good is refinement in all its features. the steering. the clutch. the suspension. the gear. the seating. door panels. refinement is the word.

    and why would suzuki put any refinement into it? wen they are giving us an engine which lacks just two points for individual firing of spark plugs.
    Correction
    swift has a hydraulic clutch not a wire operated one

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    Quote Originally Posted by AsFand26 View Post
    Correction
    swift has a hydraulic clutch not a wire operated one
    Hmm? Is not imo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    Hmm? Is not imo

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    It has a hydraulic clutch. Here's some enlightenment for starters :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    :s this is not one car i am talking, my colleague's brand new DX is also like that. and i have driven the 8th Gen and the new civic and have owned the pre-born civic as well. switf has a bad steering and a clutch. the clutch has to be pressed so much down and it tires you if you have to drive great distances within city. whats more the clutch cable on more than half of the cars make Chun Chun sound.

    why i talk about swift is its a great package but lacks quality. the sushi cars come no where near it and are much much bettter. i have a 1000 cc sushi car at home for more than 7 years and its going great. Swift has been nothing but a disappointment.

    it could have been great. what is making is not that good is refinement in all its features. the steering. the clutch. the suspension. the gear. the seating. door panels. refinement is the word.

    and why would suzuki put any refinement into it? wen they are giving us an engine which lacks just two points for individual firing of spark plugs.
    Sir I have owned both the 8th Gen Civic and Swift and my experience is completely the opposite to yours. Others would agree.
    8th gen Civic is a class apart put when it comes to these 2 areas; Power steering and Clutch, Swift has a softer mechanism in both these departments. Civic's clutch had to be pushed all the way back while Swift's clutch has to be only pushed half that distance which is more convenient too! As far as power steering is concerned, EPS vs Hydraulic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by s_ruhail View Post
    It has a hydraulic clutch. Here's some enlightenment for starters :p

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    okay this is a new piece of info for me. i was referring to the clutch problem discussed numerous times in this thread. when i got my car's clutch cable / hydraulic line end / slave cylinder problem fixed from Suzuki's workshop i thought it was a clutch cable. maybe it is. who knows napak suzuki did some engineering of their own to reduce the cost. which is very unlikely. n its also surprising that a hydraulic system would make that darn noise.
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    salam
    please recommend engine oil for swift dx,model 2010 and which 3s dealer is good for denting and painting.
    Ac ki service 3s dealer hi se krwao ya kahi se bhi?
    how to know if gas level in ac is reduced?
    i am having a huge problem because of my horn.90% of the time it doesnt work.i installed new one from a local workshop.worked well in 1st week only and now its silent again.
    problem with horn started when my car was parked on roadside for 2 hours in heavy rain.
    please help a brother out.
    i live in lahore.

    anybody?
    they see me rollin they hatin
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FK_CKtYCRIc

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_ruhail View Post
    It has a hydraulic clutch. Here's some enlightenment for starters :p

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    Swift has hydraulic clutch...it shares the brake fluid reservoir...
    Whenever a bird shits on my car, I eat a plate of scrambled eggs on my front porch just to let them know what I'm capable of...

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    Quote Originally Posted by c4capricorn View Post
    Swift has hydraulic clutch...it shares the brake fluid reservoir...
    Sorry about the stupid question but, brakes fail tou clutch bhi fail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by omarabdullah022 View Post
    Sorry about the stupid question but, brakes fail tou clutch bhi fail?

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    u shud worry more abt brake failure than clutch failure .....

    anyway u r right, it may stop working if u lose brake fluid...the clutch also might stick on the floor..
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    Quote Originally Posted by c4capricorn View Post
    u shud worry more abt brake failure than clutch failure .....

    anyway u r right, it may stop working if u lose brake fluid...the clutch also might stick on the floor..
    Are we sure that swift has hydraulic clutch?


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    Not sure if the layout is the same as Swift Sports, but I am 99% sure.
    Source: http://www.swiftsport.net/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=2025.

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    There is a clutch cable involved, its a steel braided wire, but its "hydraulic" because it uses fluid pressure to make the clutch easier to use, same principle as the brake. But in the end, a clutch cable connects to the arm that manipulates the throwout bearing

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    So the chru chru comes from that cable, its next to the gear changing assembly which sits on top of the transmission. It has that zig-zag shaped rubber boot to protect it from dirt and grime

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    Is the gear lever solid metal or a wire? You know, when you shift gears...
    Turbo lag is like foreplay. You know it's coming. And it's gonna be good.

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    Just look towards the transmission under the hood while someone else operates the clutch and you'll see the cable tensing up

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    No no the gear lever is solid, but that lever also manipulates the gears up front via a "gear cable", its in the service manual

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