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go to suzuki yet?, in usa they are IMPLODED, (bugged out)
here is the EX model
if confused call them. and give VIN
and they can in fact match VIN to any part. you want
in USA. (i cant do non usa ever)
Yes, it could be the thermostat, but overheating may also be caused by many other things. Ensure engine tune or other mechanical disfunction is not contributing to the overheat problem.
Replace the thermostat, but if overheating persists I suggest you carry out the following checks:-
1) Check coolant system is not leaking fluid due cracked/perished hose or hose fitting, leaking water pump etc,
2) Check engine cooling fan/s are operating as required when engine temp rises above cut-in threshold - check fan control relay is ok, 3) Check for collapsing radiator hose on suction side of water-pump when motor revs raised above idle. 4) Check coolantreservoir pressure cap is serviceable, 5) Check coolant system is properly filled - carry out any bleed off procedure specified to clear any air locks- (ensure heater core coolant flow is turned on). 6) Check condition of radiator core:- i) for blockage of air flow to (bugs/grass etc), ii) for core internal blockage to coolant flow,
I would check the thermostat first. It sounds like it may be stuck open.
On any of the newer autos pulling the front panel to access the heater controls is a major pain.
Start with the easy stuff first.
I had the same issue with my 04 Verona. Turned out to be the throttle body. Very common issue as I have had mine replaced 3 times already. I have also read on the Internet that a lot of Verona owners complaining of the same issue.