Question about 2009 Suzuki SX4 2.0
2009 Suzuki SX4
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your vehicle is too new for this kind of problem.
When I see this at work, it means the Tire Pressure System has a malfunction.
I would take your vehicle in the dealership for this problem. I'm sure this problem is still covered under warranty.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
My light in my 2007 SX4 just came on. Apparently my oxygen sensor is wrecked... allegedly from oil dropping on it during oil changes. Did the light come on after the most recent oil change?
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
SOURCE: I just spent $500 replacing
120,000 K would be about time for new rotors, if they
were machined once along the way
I have no idea about recalls or problems,so maybe I
shouldn't respond at all
My personal opinion & I do not mean to be hurtful in any
way,is that you can not just drive a vehicle & never
take it apart,even a brand new
All brakes have to come apart once a year to remove rust
& clean,inspect & lube things
Brake Pads & Calipers simply won't slide or release 4 months
after any brake work or at least very well
I don't see any indication that the pros do that kind of work,
or ever have & certainly never educate you on any subject
I am saying your brakes were dragging & shouldn't have been
& you parking brake need to release properly
You can spend $400.00 just for quality parts at repair shop
cost, with no problem
15 years ago you had a hard time spending $200.00 to do
all 4 wheels
Posted on Aug 02, 2011
In addition to Don's comments above, here is a little more information. The 'lock' feature manually engages the all-wheel drive at low speeds only (less than 50 kmh, or 30 mph). It is intended for use in situations like deep snow which you need to drive through at low, preferably steady speeds, where extra torque to the wheels is required. Most of the time, I just leave mine set to 'Auto', which as Don says engages the all-wheel drive only when the onboard computer detects one or more wheels starting to slip on the road. Once control is regained this will automatically revert to front-wheel drive only. This is a great feature! I suggest driving with this switch in 'Auto' all the time. It will not adversely affect your gas milage, unless you are driving agressively on slippery roads a lot.
Jeff - 2008 Suzuki SX4 AWD owner.
Posted on Oct 30, 2011
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