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06 Verona will not go I have replaced the transmission sensor considering getting it flushed

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Will not accel, tells zero.
the engine has weak power?
or the transmission slips?
or will not up shift the 4 gears.


any mechanic can drive the car and in 5 min tell you which it is.

if the ENGINE RPM rises and the vehicle speed does not
increase in direct (transmission) relation to engine RPM then the transmission is slipping
or if the transmission does not upshift say so.
if the transmission is not slipping and will not ACCEL.
then the engine is bad, weak.

why not, take it to a shop and ask them to test it.
any ASE certified shop will tell you, some for free.

Posted on Mar 18, 2014

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  • Stephanie Robertis
    Stephanie Robertis Mar 19, 2014

    it just stops and goes into a coasting like feel i can press the gas all the way down nothing happens at first then it will rev high and act normal. there are no suzkui shops close to me and i am finding that many places won't touch it due to lack of knowledge about the car, most people i have taken it too just give me personal opinions. i did have a P0420 code two weeks ago that is now gone dont know if that would make a difference.

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    _-__-___-_ Mar 20, 2014

    why do you feel; like suzuki shops are necessary, they are after all chapter 11'd , id bet you never asked a real shop, one with men and woman with ASE on their sleeves. they get in car, an tell you, bad trans or weak engine in 5min. flat. is the when car wont go does transmission slip, and engine RPM rises with no forward motion, that is called tranny slip or FLAIR, is it just stuck in first gear,, if you cant tell or articulate thise, no blind person on the net can either. I wonder, are suzuki's going the way of Yugo's????

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    _-__-___-_ Mar 20, 2014

    the p420 say the CAT is bad, , if it s melted the engine will be weak as kitten. or die.

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    _-__-___-_ Mar 20, 2014

    find a real ASE shop. they know what to do, I promise.

  • James V
    James V Jan 02, 2015

    My 06 Verona did the same thing, the Suzuki dealer could not figure it out....it took 3 ECMs and a full body wiring harness, niether of these worked. The car would do the same thing, I finally just decided to pull my Throttle body apart (replace it or clean it) I just cleaned mine with carb cleaner and it works great now

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    _-__-___-_ Jan 03, 2015

    nogo , not must to go on, and he cause, is manifest. answser one question, you can go in any gear,? and does the engine rpm SCREAM. high,like neutral while in drive or reverse, that is slip . if all fuses are good, and the scan tool shows no Dtc ERRORS,trans is bad. these sensor is used from 1 to 2 gear and higher not starting from 0 mph, if fact it will shift with it missing, and will do that in limphome mode, poorly, if car has TCM, if no TCM THE next check is line pressure, the FSm ANSWERS THAT,EACH STEP, need on? seems like other postes mech,is non ASE TECh, clue less ,

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    _-__-___-_ Jan 03, 2015

    many cause, but the tests are easy and fast. want to guess with 06 or test, BtW,, these cars with drive by wire do not stop 1st gear, but do limit speed via many ways, if the 4 TPS sensors ever disagree. and is NOT your problem, askwhy.

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    _-__-___-_ Jan 03, 2015

    goto (goggle it) suzuki pit stop dot com then read tranny page, for 4 bucks, see "on car tests" BINGO! and post RPM of engine in drive, 800 or 3000? RPM, right foot planted, for 1 second. (no kids pets) this is called a stall test, and is test 1 in the the FSM, really

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    _-__-___-_ Jan 03, 2015

    ask more get more, real tests, all in the BOOK.

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    _-__-___-_ Jan 04, 2015

    post back, post RPM in drive, ( screams)?

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    _-__-___-_ Jan 04, 2015

    that is engiine races fast car dont go, called tranny slip or flare, or rpm stays near idle and dies, car tries to move but can;;t and engne rpm is very low, near 800 rpm (weak engine this)

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Is the check enigne light on?

If not then it could be a trans issue. Check the fluid again to make sure it is level. put the truck on level ground and with it running and in park check the fluid. Add fluid if needed to bring to level. Then test drive. If it still does the same check the fluid level after driving to see if it REALLY hot. If so it could be a sign the tranmission is failing.

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most people say no to a high mileage transmission flush if it hasnt been done before on the vehicle, I say if it starts to slip then flush it but if it is just sticking whop the old lucas trans mission oil to her! they have it at advanced it should free up those sticky valves! but if you havnt flushed it before now i would'nt
it is believed that over time your transmission fluid gets "gritty" from the clutches wearing , and over time your transmission becomes reliant on that grit to run "smoothly" I've done it and it came out fine but that was due to slipping from thin or burnt transmission fluid,
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start engine, let it warm up to operating temp,then check the transmission dipstick for the correct level,remember the vehicle needs to be on a level surface,hot idiling in park when you check the fluid level. Good luck !

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