1997 Suzuki Baleno Executive (a.k.a. GTX) from Netherlands - Comments

1st Aug 2002, 06:07

What I have is more of a query. I have a 1997 Suzuki Baleno and for the past month I have been experiencing problems with the electrical components in the engine. First the relays controlling the air condition went bad, then the one controlling the horn, then the fuel pump. All of these were rectified. Now however, the entire engine has shut down, there is no spark to the engine, no fuel, no nothing. The engine has effectively shut down and troubleshooting the problem has baffled both the mechanic and the electrician. If there is anyone out there with any useful information, please e-mail me at rrgittens@hotmail.com Thank you in advance.

27th Sep 2002, 21:46

I have a Suzuki Baleno in Venezuela and let me tell you that is one of the best cars I ever had. I use it every day for about 100 Kilometers per day and the only thing I have to do is the 5000Km oil and filters change. By the way compared to the other Japanese car brands I think this one has the best price value relation.

10th Dec 2003, 22:41

Carburettor? it's efi ffs!

4th Jan 2004, 03:17

I have a '96 Baleno 1.8 H/B.

I really love my car. I removed the catalyst; that gained me 3-4 HP and I am using an open-air filter, which makes the sound excellent. Also I have Eibach pro-kit that lowers car by 3cm and makes handling GREAT.

You are saying you race with BMW 318, 320 etc. But in Turkey I wouldn't race with these low models; I want at least a 323 or 325.

Once in a street drag race I beat a 2001 325Ci Coupe (automatic transmission).

16th May 2011, 10:18

I have a Suzuki Baleno 1.6 GS 1997, it's really quick leaving most cars behind, but I have a turbo a friend gave me and wanted to put this on the Baleno.

Anybody out there that can help me with this problem.

Get back to me.

Tessai5@hotmail.com.

Thanks.

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