Question about 2004 Suzuki Verona
When mph hits 50 or more car starts missing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: There is a loud noise at 45mph.
Find a quiet empty stretch of road. Go 50 mph, put the trans in NEUTRAL and shut the engine. If noise is still there, swing car left and right to detect noise differences. Could be hub or axle bearings. Not engine or trans if noise is still there. Hope this helps
Posted on May 05, 2009
Check your front brake discs (rotors) - they may be warped. Check front brake calipers - are they working? Check condition of tyres. Answer is more likely to be the rotors. Your symptoms are dangerous.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
From what you are describing it appears like an engine misfire.
These trucks are notorious for bad ignition coils.
They don't always set a code either, it depends on several factors.
To check these out in my shop there is a mode in our scan tool called "mode 6". This allows us to look at certain engine data parameters to look at misfire to locate the offending cylinder(s).
Unfortunately without the use of a scan tool you will not be able to see this.
It may be in your best interests to get a shop to look at this for you and verify the bad cylinder.
I have had issues with aftermarket coils and use Ford originals exclusively now. They have also reduced the price of them, good thing too because we go through many.
Might be an opportune time to replace spark plugs as well. worn spark plugs can accelerate coil failure as a worn plug takes more energy to fire.
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Posted on Dec 02, 2009
SOURCE: FRONT TIRE BOUNCE AT 40-50 MPH
relace your shocks. the design of any dampner(strut or shock design) is to return the wheel to the road for handling and safety. when the shock is worn out is with continue to bounce like a basketball. it has no more strength to return to wheel to the road. a common misconception is that they are there to absorb, not true. the springs or torsion bars are there to absorb and create ride height. the shock does nothing more then return the wheel to the road. simple and inexpensive.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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