20 Most Recent 1995 Suzuki Swift Questions & Answers

your gonna want a haynes or chilton manual the front wheel bearings are pretty simple to do provided you have a small press as the wheelbearings are pressed in all you have to do is remove the tire,brake assembly then there will be the lower ball joint remove that and then remove the fastener that connects the bearing housing to the strut then press out the old one and press in the new one ..hope this helps...

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Jan 23, 2014

2 on all modern cars.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Jan 07, 2014

A/T is complex. 100s of parts, may quite weak, and easy to fail.
the oil ATF get thinner hot, so if the main filter above pan , is clogged.
the thinner oil , can pass through it.
do the 50k service on you trans , and not only will it last longer but
not fail,

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Jun 08, 2013

how to jumped timing.
is this :
1: why did my timing change (ignition or cam?)
2: wow to activate the timing freeze jumper for setting spark timing?

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on May 22, 2013

open drivers door, see tag, see size and pressure, USA.
open glove box, see op guide. its there too and you can get that guide for free at any any suzuki parts distributor.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on May 22, 2013

If you get a socket and breaker bar on it,let the bar rotate untill it's
aginst a frame rail or the floor and bump the starter the rotation is
the correct way to spin the bolt out,or at least loosen it.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Mar 02, 2013

It is normal for a car without power steering to be difficult to turn the wheels when the car is stationary or at very low speeds. Once you are moving above say 10 mph the steering should be fairly easy.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Nov 10, 2012

its an electric fan it will run even after you turn the car off for up to 10 minutes while it cools the engine down and then it will shut off. If it does not I would check the relay.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Aug 18, 2012

Many times the main fusible link is close to the battery. In some cars it is the Master link and depending on how the car is wired, the power can split at the juncton of the main fusible link into wires going to other links before the fuse boxes.

There is help on a site called Autozone.com and after a FREE registration of your car, you will be able to view and print chassis wiring diagrams and fusebox layouts. While this is not as good as a photo, the wiring is color-coded and once you have found a wire, you can trace it in either direction.

The battery situation could have been the cause of the stalling with lower RPMS approaching a stop. If the battery was tested and failed, then the charging system may be okay. If the starter spins when the key is turned to start, at least the main fusible link may be intact.

Once you find the broken fusible link, you should perform a grounding test with everything turned off. With the exception of "stay alive" power to the brain, the circuits should be off. Otherwise a new fusible link will quickly be destroyed if a problem circuit is not fixed before reapplying power to it.

There are interlock switches for the clutch on a manual trans and the brakes on most others. Sometimes these switches can get hit by feet going under the dash. As you mentioned the braking situation leading to stalling, it is another possibility that a smashed brake interlock switch is shorting. Ford puts these switches on the brake pedal lever, can't say what Suzuki does.

I hope I have helped you. When testing these circuits remember your Ohmmeter and Voltmeter functions for power and nonpower testing.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on May 01, 2012

I believe the pickup tube that extends to the bottom of the tank and has a "sock" on it is the problem. I think it has a crack along it's length. Image drinking a soda through a straw with a crack in the side of the straw maybe half way down. As long as the level of the liquid is above the crack you can draw it up through the straw without a problem. As soon as the level drops even with or below the crack in the straw, you can't hardly draw any through because air is being sucked into the crack because it is uncovered. You're going to have to have the tank dropped and the sending unit replaced to fix this. I once saw this on a small outboard motor gas tank. Ran great with a full tank, but half a tank made it just barely run.

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Mar 25, 2012

try rocking it while someone sits in it trying to pull out of second. This may give you enough play to get out of the stuck gear. Sounds like a linkage problem

1995 Suzuki... | Answered on Mar 25, 2012

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