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You problaly need a new front hub assy. They have the abs sensor built in. You need to see what code you have for the ABS and it will tell what you hub is bad. Don Suzuki tech

Posted on Aug 12, 2009

  • Donald Jones Jr. Aug 23, 2009

    You need to have the abs system read to see if there is any codes. If you get a abs sensor code, then that sensor wheel hub assy needs to be replaced. Now if it is a hub brg sensor code I believe that is cover under the 7 years 100,000 miles warrentry. But it depends when the first date of sale was. Have the complete vin number and call Suzuki dearler and they can find out for you. Any questions, give me a note back, Don Suzuki tech

  • Sarah Black Feb 06, 2012

    If there is a roaring sound, it's definitely the front hub assembly. Mine has the same issue. New one costs about $150 at Peb Boys. :)


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I have suzuki verona 2004 ABS light ON. My scan tool is telling me c0022. break booster solonoid (subfault). can anybody tell whats going on with this thing

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SOURCE: abs light on, 2004 moutaineer

You most probably have a bad speed sensor on one wheel if it is intemitent try unpluging each on and repluging them, sometimes just a bad connector, If this doesn't help get someone to scan the codes for you and it will tell you which sensor is the problem. Keep in mind that until you fix this you can not depend on your ABS system. Normal braking should be fine though.

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SOURCE: bmw 316 ABS light stays on

Your ABS systems use a combination of electronic and hydraulic systems to modulate the brakes individually to prevent them from locking up. Antilock systems consist of wheel speed sensors, a hydraulic control unit (HCU), and an electronic control unit (ECU). Because of how complex the system is your computer does a self-test. If the check is successful, the ANTILOCK and BRAKE lights will go out within a few seconds. If one or more of the component of the ABS system fails to pass one or both lights will remain lit, the system will shut down and set a code. The code itself does not tell exactly what component is defective - it only indicates where to look, or what parameter is out of normal range. You or a technician will have to perform further testing to pinpoint cause and the proper repair. Even if you reset the light, if the underlying problem is not addressed it will come back on.

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SOURCE: 2004 lincoln ls 3.0 abs light and traction control

have the car scanned with a scanner capable of reading ABS codes,get back to me with the code and we'll go from there. sounds like like one of the wheel sensors is bad. this controls both ABS and TRACTION CONTROL

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SOURCE: 2007 Dodge Caravan ABS light stays on after

Common issue when a wheel sensor gets faulty.On every wheel there is a sensor which informs the ABS system about wheel speed.If any of them is broken then the ABS system locks up and you get the warning light.In this case your brakes are working just as fine but you dont have ABS so wheels can block when you push the brake hard enough.Trouble code reader can tell you which one is faulty.

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ABS + ESP lights staying on dashboard

wow no year car, now that is a challenge , no?
abs is first.
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abs stuck on key on and running full time right?
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then scan the ABS. got errors, sure you do.
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or read the manual> RTM?
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Had my front struts replaced on my 2007 Suzuki grand vitara, now my abs and esp light stays on. What do you think the problem is?

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This sounds similar to what was wrong with my Verona when I bought it private party. Is the ABS light on? Take your car into the shop to see if it's the wheel hub assembly (wheel bearing). Sadly, if it is the wheel bearing, a new one is pricey $$$. Good luck! :)
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I have a 2004 Suzuki Verona with check engine light on showing codes 0171, 0174, and 1670. could someone have a solution

Hello! The first two codes are indicating the engine is running to lean...A vacuum leak or a dirty Mass Air Flow (MAF) sensor can cause these codes...The third code is a communication error between ECM (Computer) and ABS (automatic Braking System)...Lets put that one on the back burner...Perform the following and send a comment with results...

Check for loose or broken vacuum lines...Follow diagram under hood...

The MAF is located between the air filter and the throttle body...It can be cleaned, If contaminated with debris or if you are using an after market air filter, with oil....Remove MAF (see photo below) and spray with electronic parts cleaner (sold at auto stores and Radio Shack)...Then replace...Clear codes by disconnecting battery for 5 minutes...Make sure you have your radio code before disconnecting battery...


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Why the ABS light comes on? and what does it mean?

Brake light comes on when ever the system needs maintenance. When it comes on it means that your Anti-Lock brake system may not be fully working. Usually the sensors get dirty or old. A cheap way o fix the problem is to clean all of the abs sensor. In many cases this will make the light go off.
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