Engine Performance problem
2006 Other Suzuki Models 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 103000 miles
Grand Vitara - Luxury
After changing my battery, when I try to put my car in gear it wants to die. Did a OBD scan and it showed that I had a P0102 code which was a Mass Air Flow sensor low voltage issue. I purchased a brand new sensor cleared the code and it still wants to die when putting it into drive. Yet no other codes are generated. I have never had a check engine light come on. It also only does this when the car is warmed up, doesn't do this when the vehicle has been sitting over night. I read somewhere that when the battery is disconnected on a Suzuki that the computer loses all its settings and has to relearn them all again. I read it could take up to 40 key cycles. Is there a faster way to do this? Do you think I had a bad sensor or could it all be from the computer trying to do a relearn?
have the same problem?
Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 AT 5:42 PM