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 Post subject: Engine Running Lean
PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 9:09 am 
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[size=18]Hi , I need help with my lean condition , when ever I begin to drive
my car begins to hold back some accleration between 2000 and 3000 rpms then it feels normal , I check the spark plugs and all 4 indicate white
which it means burning lean, I try turning the litlle nob by the ecu but still burning lean
I turn it till the engine rpms droped then turn it the other way :(

had some mods but took them back of
cultus intake/sr20 60mm TB[/size]


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you got pics of that thing you turned by the ECU? (I couldn't write knob)


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 10, 2006 8:39 pm 
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OK this is what it is

it it a baby blue thing covered by a black covering with a little silver
thing that you can turn left or right


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Some foreign market Suzukis has an air/fuel ratio trim knob near the fuse box. These same vehicles also weren't equipped with oxygen sensors either.

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The gizmo "swiftman" refers to looks like this (sorry for pix quality).
To take it I pulled back the little rubber condom like device.
I believe these were only Swifts destined for environmentally hostile markets...


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nzswift wrote:
The gizmo "swiftman" refers to looks like this (sorry for pix quality).
To take it I pulled back the little rubber condom like device.
I believe these were only Swifts destined for environmentally hostile markets...


Looks like the same thing Lithan posted.

http://www.teamswift.net/album_page.php?pic_id=6795

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Tis the same
Was trying to show the physical size.


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