Question about Suzuki SX4
I inadvertently left a light on in my Suzuki SX4 before going on vacation. When I got back, the battery was totally drained, but I was able to recharge it fine. When I then turned on the ignition, I got a "SYSTEM CHECK" display. How do I reset that condition?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: check engine light
A restricted or blocked evaporative emission (EVAP) vent path is detected by the control module monitoring the fuel tank pressure (FTP) during normal operation. The control module commands the EVAP vent valve OFF, or open, and the EVAP canister purge valve ON, or open. The fuel tank pressure should remain low as vacuum is drawn on the EVAP system. If the vent path is blocked or restricted, the vacuum level will increase and DTC P0446 will set.
An intermittent Condition could be caused by a damaged EVAP vent housing, a temporary blockage at the EVAP vent valve inlet, or a pinched vent hose. A blockage in the vent system will also cause a poor fuel fill problem.
Posted on May 24, 2008
This is a Direct Fault Caused by the Alarm System Starter Kill. Do you have an Alarm Override Switch???? You may need the Dealership to Reset the Alarm if not.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
You can disconnect the negative cable of the battery for a couple of minutes (but you will lose radio settings and possibly others that the car will relearn), or you can go to an auto parts store such as Advance Auto or Pep Boys and they have a free scanner service to diagnose problems that should be able to reset the light. Mine does.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
The p0125 code is an oxygen sensor code, the description will say something like" insufficient coolant temp for closed loop operation" the problem is not the coolant temp sensor, the problem is that the signal from the O2 sensor is not within the parameters that the computer needs to go into a closed loop condition, more than likely replacing the O2 sensor will take care of the problem but only if there is not another problem with the engine such as a misfire, vacuum leak or a mechanical problem, from what you've said this doesn't seem to be the case, so before spending a lot of time diagnosing replace the sensor.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
My wife left the ignition on with the lights on and drained the battery completely. I'm having the exact same problem. Any ideas how to fix it?
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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