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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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    from the info posted by s_ruhail

    the service intervals are not well defined as it is in case of Honda. and only defined up to 40,000 km. and from the info it looks like the car is very service demanding e.g. fan belt is to be replaced at 40k km and so on. it doesnt tell us about other belts. does the engine have a timing chain and no other belts?
    secondly from the chart of the service intervals what does A, T, L stand for? like R stands for replace. I stands for inspect. T i think is for test.

    and the plugs are to be thrown away after 10k km. whereas IMO all plugs can last up to 20k with cleaning at 10k.

    the oil standard 0W 20 is very very thin. i havent come across any brand with this viscosity.

    no mention of throttle body or tappet adjustment
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    from the info posted by s_ruhail

    the service intervals are not well defined as it is in case of Honda. and only defined up to 40,000 km. and from the info it looks like the car is very service demanding e.g. fan belt is to be replaced at 40k km and so on. it doesnt tell us about other belts. does the engine have a timing chain and no other belts?
    secondly from the chart of the service intervals what does A, T, L stand for? like R stands for replace. I stands for inspect. T i think is for test.

    and the plugs are to be thrown away after 10k km. whereas IMO all plugs can last up to 20k with cleaning at 10k.

    the oil standard 0W 20 is very very thin. i havent come across any brand with this viscosity.

    no mention of throttle body or tappet adjustment
    You're welcome.
    A- Adjust
    T- Tighten
    L- Lubricate
    R- Replace
    I- Inspect

    If u see one of the pics, it states that the intervals are given till 40,000kms after which you are to keep following the same intervals. 40,000kms is a LOT, and major parts changed every 40,000kms is not a big deal. Also, I've driven mine around 83000kms now and the belts are in great shape, they don't need replacement yet. Inspection is the key

    Regarding plugs, if u were to inspect your plugs at 10k, I don't think you'd have the heart to continue using them further :p
    I used iridiums for a long while, and they do last, but I've since realized that nothing beats copper in performance. The life of copper ones is short, but if u compare, coppers changed quickly cost around the same as iridiums changed after a long time.
    As a general rule, quick replacements of standard parts is better than expensive parts not needing replacement for a while. In Pakistan's environment of excessive dust and bad fuel, copper spark plugs changed quickly are better than the same iridiums for a long time. Similarly, a mineral oil changed quickly at 2000-3000kms is far better than a synthetic oil used for 7000-10000kms.
    The same goes for air filters.

    Regarding oil, 0w20 is just recommended. Since 80% of this manual is the same as foreign ones, its understandable. In quite a few climates, 0w20 would be ideal.
    They have given a chart to help u unferstand and choose the best oil for your car. For Pakistan, 10w40 and 20w50 are ideal. This is also stated at the back of the manual, written specially by PakSuzuki. I personally prefer 10w40 owing to lower viscosity that is ideal for cold starts (the oil circulates quicker than one with a higher viscosity). The major chunk of engine wear occurs at cold starts i.e when the engine is started every morning or after the engine has cooled down completely, so you need to keep that in mind.
    I'm attaching a pic of PakSuzuki's oil recommendations.

    Sent from my GT-I9300

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    Gentlemen I am pleased to share the mileage that i am getting from my 2nd hand 2010 model 33k (now 36k km) driven suzuki swift which is one of the few japnese ones sold by pak suzuki. Please read from the bottom most entry. I am having quite a lot of Barkat with fuel.

    Suzuki Swift Owners Club -1114908
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    Average Fuel consumption turns out to be slightly higher than 16 km per litre.

    the two worst fuel consumptions are due to 1) a two hour long traffic jam in rain 2) being cheated at a fuel station. (the filling person didnt reset the meter to zero. be careful at the PSO pump near Airport)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    Dear All,
    Thank you for all your support. esp s_ruhail and HNaseer. i have saved the shots of the manual on my moby doby for reference.

    @HNaseer
    the rapid share link is not working for us. it says "Download permission denied by uploader."

    thank you so much for the full version. i had to delete the data of my previous car cuz the free version only supports 2 cars.


    Your welcome ....

    Didnt know its not public .... I've shared it now ... try it n let me know if u get any more problem with it

    Folder Access :- RapidShare ? Secure Data Logistics

    Direct file link :- https://rapidshare.com/files/1736232...ift-manual.pdf
    @ALL ( esp. @utraja )

    Ok i went for first free tuning today ... Below are the details that the service dealer performed

    1. Tuning (a. Air Filter cleaning, (b) Spark Plugs cleaning & gap adjustment)
    2. Checked hoses, pipes for leaks as well as suspension.
    3. Used suzuki diagnostics tool SDT to check ECU and all other things are working fine.
    4. Used high pressure air to clean the engine bay.
    5. Checked clutch & brake play and race rpm.

    Resolved the problem that i was encountering below:-

    6. From the day of purchase, i was facing kirr kirr noise problem with non-driver's door panel. The service guys were very patient and helpful as they checked the door panels 3 times with test drive on bumpy road. At last we found the problem which i was already feeling it wud b that. It turned out, the problem was with door panel rubber clips, 3 of them were loose and were replaced and test driven again. This time the kirr kirr noise wasnt heard. Lets see if it comes bk or iA resolved permanently.

    Overall, it took abt 1.5 hrs less fatique time waiting for my turn for the whole work.

    After the tuneup, i felt an increase in the pick as well as the engine sound became abit more quiet Alhamdulillah ... The plugs were rusted (carbon i guess) which was perfectly cleaned by the mechanic.


    Lastly, here are the latest rates that were on the board. I took its pics for sharing with u guys ... ... Enjoy the high service rates

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkkd View Post
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    fuelLog for andriod phones. check previous posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    Dear All,
    Thank you for all your support. esp s_ruhail and HNaseer. i have saved the shots of the manual on my moby doby for reference.

    @HNaseer
    the rapid share link is not working for us. it says "Download permission denied by uploader."

    You can download from here :

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/zv6k2ye37i..._RS415.pdf.zip

    thank you so much for the full version. i had to delete the data of my previous car cuz the free version only supports 2 cars.
    You can download workshop manual from here:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/zv6k2ye37i..._RS415.pdf.zip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdogar View Post
    You can download workshop manual from here:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/zv6k2ye37i..._RS415.pdf.zip
    okay got it. thanks.
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    the maint. guidlines in the owner's manual posted by HNaseer vary from the one supplied by Pak Suzuki. but then it also has the answer why that is so. the maint. schedule described in pak suzuki's manual is for the toughest of driving conditions.
    the other manual also talks about valve clearance and some other maint. work and gives guidlines for upto 90k km.
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    nyce dude...!!
    btw where did u got it serviced it from???
    now i ll go for tuning at 5k service thingi because uptill now I am having no issue's..
    plus i also wasted couple of hours at suzuki for my turn and 5 min work that they did!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    the maint. guidlines in the owner's manual posted by HNaseer vary from the one supplied by Pak Suzuki. but then it also has the answer why that is so. the maint. schedule described in pak suzuki's manual is for the toughest of driving conditions.
    the other manual also talks about valve clearance and some other maint. work and gives guidlines for upto 90k km.
    The manual you downloaded is most probably for an RS-415 which is a 1.5litre Swift with an M15 while the ones we have are equipped with an M13 engine. Although both engines are of the same family, there are bound to be a few minute differences.

    Also, why don't you pay the dealership a visit and ask for a manual. Your car didn't come with one although it should have. That's not your fault.

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    ^@s_ruhail
    it describes all three models 1.3, 1.5 and 1.6. and 1.3 is exactly same as ours.

    and no need to look for manuals anymore mera kaam to ho gaya. thanks to yoou guys . i have all the info available now.
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    The difference you see in service intervals is due to the reason that Paksuzuki has defined shorter maintenance intervals to give benefits to themselves and their dealerships. I saw suzuki Malaysia service intervals and they were almost double than these, so after 40000 I have stopped following these and get the service done at almost double these intervals. 5000 checkup now I get done after 15000

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdogar View Post
    The difference you see in service intervals is due to the reason that Paksuzuki has defined shorter maintenance intervals to give benefits to themselves and their dealerships. I saw suzuki Malaysia service intervals and they were almost double than these, so after 40000 I have stopped following these and get the service done at almost double these intervals. 5000 checkup now I get done after 15000

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    Checkups are useless.
    But my replacement intervals are even shorter than the ones in the manual.

    Like I said, Malaysia isn't as dusty as Pakistan and 5000kms for an oil change or maybe even more isn't an issue THERE but here oil is in very bad shape at 5000kms.
    Same goes for air filters and spark plugs owing to the fuel quality here.

    Hence, delay inspect as much as u want. Its just a money making strategy by PS (2200rs for inspection and they didn't find my battery low on fluid).
    But replace parts quickly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retaliator View Post
    ^@s_ruhail
    it describes all three models 1.3, 1.5 and 1.6. and 1.3 is exactly same as ours.

    and no need to look for manuals anymore mera kaam to ho gaya. thanks to yoou guys . i have all the info available now.
    Country specific then I guess, in accordance with the atmosphere of the region.

    And you're always welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by s_ruhail View Post
    Checkups are useless.
    But my replacement intervals are even shorter than the ones in the manual.

    Like I said, Malaysia isn't as dusty as Pakistan and 5000kms for an oil change or maybe even more isn't an issue THERE but here oil is in very bad shape at 5000kms.
    Same goes for air filters and spark plugs owing to the fuel quality here.

    Hence, delay inspect as much as u want. Its just a money making strategy by PS (2200rs for inspection and they didn't find my battery low on fluid).
    But replace parts quickly

    Sent from my GT-I9300
    Well I use zic xq and even after 7000 oil is fine and can be used for 3000 more. The myth of changing oil at 3000 is not correct in my opinion. If you check the workshop manual of swift you can see that it mentions oil change at 7000. Urban areas of Pakistan don't qualify for dusty conditions in my opinion, rest it is personal choice and I find it alright to change oil at 6000-7000.

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    Dear Pakwheeler Brothers,

    Finally i have purchase Suzuki Swift 1.3 DLX (MT) in silky silver colour. Please say Mashallah. Suggestions & comments are welcomed . I have applied for Islamabad number. I had booked at start of January therefore i had not to pay differential of Rs. 20,000 increase by Pak Suzuki. . I will upload more pics Inshallah.
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