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I have a susuki verona 2005 I'm getting error

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Any Vehicle Codes can be found using Google
Just type OBD & the code
If you need more specific info, you add your vehicle
Most likely you failed to replace your front oxygen sensors
at 100,000 miles or you have a vacuum leak
NO CODES tell you to replace anything at all
Codes ONLY direct you to a fault in a system,then
you COMPONENT TEST THAT SYSTEM

Posted on Jul 17, 2013

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Map sensor failure symptoms


The CEL is only for smog , here USA, nothing else really.
the only way to see ALL errors, is to use a SCAN tool.
the scan tool shows ALL, all DTC errors, and live data.
I bet the MAP is good. (did you clean it ?)
the car has many engines opted, , not one can i guess.
so no engine, no joy.

was told means nothing, only fact matter.
get it fixed or learn to use a scan tool and read the FSM
book , see how to do the tests to find TRUE cause of symptoms , not one stated. here.

"the FSM is 4 bucks to read" factory service manual, ask.

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Suzuki 2005 verona codes coming up are P0700, P0741, P0733 and Po734 what do these mean


bad A/T
automatic transmissions are complex, and expensive to repair /replace.
take it to an ASE pro.
The suzuki has factory codes too, so you need them for full diagnosis.
that takes a special too, not just your generic P0 codes.
this tells me , the tranny is slipping
tcc not locking up and 3nd and 4 gear , not right ratio.
slips. and that is serious. get a full diagnosis.
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2005 suzuki verona


Bit of a loaded question, however, is the check engine light on?

If so, list the code. You can get the code for free from Advance Auto or Autozone, although, it's just a code to get going in the right direction.

Could be a variety of problems. Could be the transmission range sensor (because the Verona uses the same sensor as the Forenza and the Reno and is a very common issue) or something more serious, such as a failing transmission.

I hate to say it, but, on something like this, I'd drop a few bucks to have it diagnosed by a reputable shop. $70 in diagnoses could save you more if you were to just try to swapping out parts. Plus, any repair shop should be willing to roll that $70 into the repair should you choose to repair it instead of just making it extra.

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2004 suzuki verona emissions issue. Check engine light stays on. Shows no error codes, says mixture lean. Can you give a solution?.


A few things to check:
1. A bad intake manifold gasket
2. A missing O ring gasket between the air filter cover & the MAF sensor.
3. A dirty fuel filter.

What's the code? P0171 & P0174 would indicate a vacuum leak. P0171 could be the MAF sensor. Good luck, I'm still fixing all my Verona's annoying "quirks".

Feb 20, 2012 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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P1668 for 2005 suzuki verona


no question asked, just a number.
are you asking how to diagnose cars?
or want use to print out the 10 pages in FSM book on this?
why not get car serviced, we cant teach car service online.
we dont know what engine you have, there. 2.0L or 2.5L (matters)
sold in USA as Verona, others as Daewoo Evanda
on the 2.5L this code means
the ETC sensor wires fell off sensor (unplugged)
or they are shorted,(mangled)
or the SENSOR is bad, (not weak) bad, open or shorted inside.

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I need a code for my radio on a 2004 Susuki Verona


Dealer info from the VIN, probably a fee involved. No other known source.

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Does a 2004 Suzuki Verona have a catalytic converter? I am trying to see how much a replacement catalytic converter would cost, but when I try to look it up, I keep only getting hits on oxygen sensor...


it does

2004 Suzuki Verona catalytic converter Google Search

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