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Suzuki forenza lighting issues

My dash light do not work unless i appky my breaks ??

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SOURCE: The SSP light just came

The SSPS light is for the Speed Sensitive Power Steering. Mine comes on sometimes but after cycling the ignition switch goes off.

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SOURCE: warning light on dash

that would be the "Speed sensitive power steering" warning light.
need to have your power steering checked. First thing to do before taking your car somewhere is to check your power steering fluid level.

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SOURCE: power steering light on 2006 suzuki forenza

Power steering light?? Maybe it's something else.

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SOURCE: 2005 Suzuki Forenza warning light: Right side of

Speed Sensitive Power Steering

(SSPS) Warning Light


Your vehicle is equipped with Speed Sensitive Power Steering (SSPS).

This is a computer-controlled power steering assist system.

The warning light you are describing will come on briefly when you turn the ignition to ON as a check to show you the bulb is working.

Then it should go out after a few seconds. If the warning light does not come on, have it fixed so it will be able to warn you if there is a problem.

If the warning light stays on, or comes on while you are driving, the SSPS system may not be working.
Your computer will need to be scanned to determine what the problem is with your SSPS system.

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