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2002 Suzuki Esteem GL 4dr Sedan 1.8L Manual

2002 Suzuki Esteem
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Front Wheel Drive, 4dr Sedan, Sub-Compact
28 mpg city / 35 mpg hwy
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June 6, 2012, 5:55 am

Fouad K
 

Question: Is it a quiz to know what's wrong with my car or what?

when i turn on my car, it turns normally. i drive it for a while(like 30 minutes) and then the engine lose power and the rpm is near to "0" but the car is still on. when i hit the gas pedal, the rpm increase but the engine sound like half working with a bit power and the car's speed turns very slow. Now i changed the fuel pump, the fuel filter, i cleaned the fuel tank, and i changed the spark plugs; problem exist!


June 9, 2012, 1:26 am

Tyler O
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Start by pulling the codes from the engine and transmission computer (if auto). See if anything comes up.

It sounds like you might be describing a worn clutch (or problem with an automatic trans)

If you are still unsure, take it in for a diagnoses...


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