Maruti Ciaz diesel losing power: what could be the problem?

    The car needs a tap on the accelerator to bring it back to normal.

    Published On Jul 06, 2024 08:30:00 AM


    Maruti Ciaz diesel

    I have a four-year-old Maruti Ciaz diesel that’s covered 88,500km. Of late, the car has started feeling out of breath and needs a tap on the accelerator to bring it back to normal. What is causing this?

    Sumit Ghelani, Dhrangadhra

    Autocar India says: The problem could likely be due to a leaking turbocharger or intercooler hose. We recommend taking your car to an authorised Maruti Suzuki service centre to get it diagnosed properly. The fault could also be due to an injector malfunction or a clogged EGR valve, which the service centre should be able to diagnose upon a test drive and inspection.

    Also see:

    The untold story behind Maruti’s diesel exit

    Maruti Suzuki Ciaz 1.5 diesel review, road test

    Deep Drive Podcast: Why Maruti stopped making diesel cars

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