Question about 2010 Suzuki Alto 1.0
Please tell me where the release pull is
Posted by Anonymous on
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 03 Suzuki ALTO
Hello! I've been away myself for the Festivities and havn't logged into my FixYa desk. The management light shows many faults some of which are minor i.e. service interval others could be serious but from the small description you have left it appears that if the vehicle is performing well and no serious problems also all fluid levels are correct then you should be fine for local driving.
You need a Technician to plug in a OBDII diagnostic reader to look at the fault messages logged in the (Brain/Computer) of your Vehicle. (This doesn't have to be Suzuki) It should be a qualified Technician.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2008
I have this car it has huge electrical problems. Something in the computer/alternator/etc. I have no speedometer, all my internal lights are screwed up. I've had 2 alternators, a starter and 4 batteries in 2 years. Get rid of it.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
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