Suzuki Liana since 2002
1. Operation and maintenance of the car
2. Engine
2.1. Preliminary checks
2.1.1. Check of a driving belt
2.1.2. Replacement of an oil filter
2.1.3. Check of a compression
2.1.4. Engine vacuum check
2.1.5. Check of gaps in the drive of valves
2.1.6. Check of level of cooling liquid
2.1.7. Check and cleaning of the cooling system of the engine
2.1.8. Check of the mode of a cut-off of supply of fuel
2.1.9. Check of a spark of ignition
2.1.10. Removal and installation of a high-voltage wire
2.1.11. Check of a high-voltage wire
2.1.12. Removal and installation of a spark plug
2.1.13. Check of a spark plug
2.1.14. Removal and installation of the coil of ignition (with igniter)
2.1.15. Check of the coil of ignition (with igniter)
2.1.16. Check of installation of a corner of an advancing of ignition
2.2. Mechanical part of engines
2.3. Engine cooling system
2.4. Engine lubrication system
2.5. Fuel system
2.6. System of ignition
2.7. System of release
2.8. The engine and system of decrease in toxicity of the fulfilled gases (M13 and M16 engines)
2.9. Tables
3. Transmission
4. Running gear
5. Steering mechanism
6. Brake system
7. Onboard electric equipment
8. Body
9. Schemes of electric equipment
 






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2.1.4. Engine vacuum check

Vacuum which is formed in the soaking-up engine branch pipe is the good indicator of a condition of the engine.

Procedure of check of vacuum of the engine
Warm up the engine up to the normal working temperature.

NOTE
After warming up of the engine transfer the gear shifting lever to neutral situation (the selector lever in situation "P" for models with the automatic transmission), slow down the car the parking brake system of set and record driving wheels.

Stop the engine and switch off all electric switches.

Fig. 2.13. Cover of an inlet collector


Uncover 1 an inlet collector (fig. 2.13).

Fig. 2.14. Connection of the vacuum manometer


Connect the special tool (the vacuum manometer) to an inlet collector (fig. 2.14).
Start the engine and leave it to work with the nominal frequency of idling and consider indications of the vacuum manometer. The size of vacuum has to be in the specified limits.
Vacuum size (at sea level): 59–73 kPa with a nominal frequency of idling.
After check disconnect the special tool from an inlet collector.
Establish a cover on an inlet collector.

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