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R reg (97) Auto TD Vitara intermittent rev hesitation


 
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Glyn
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 16, 2012 19:19    Post subject: R reg (97) Auto TD Vitara intermittent rev hesitation Reply with quote

Confused Some progress on my chariot running rough. Had a diagnosis done and no faults recorded. So must be something not ECU controlled ??
By-passed the isolater & made no difference. Cleaned the EGR valve and that has almost cured it. Prehaps it might be worth blanking it off completely ?
Put some diesel cleaner in the tank and gave it a good run but no improvement yet. Still has a hesitation now and then, especially when stopping in traffic with foot on brake it can stutter and stop, but if I shift to neutral it evens out.
Any suggestions would be deeply appreciated.
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2012 8:07    Post subject: Reply with quote

try changing the transmission fluid?

could be the torque convertor dragging if the fluid is really bad?

also check the vacuum hoses from the engine to the gearbox
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