My car is a 2006 model. Bought it new - about 6-9 months later began having the following problem: When I've been driving a few minutes, all gauges will start fluctuating left to right rapidly and air turns off and on and bells start dinging....then air comes back on, battery, engine, (and any other colored light) comes on and stays on simultaneously for a while, then all goes back to normal - doesn't happen same time every day. Two dealerships have kept car over a week and said they cannot duplicate the problem.
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Make sure to check all the ground and power tie an d clean specially the batterie cables even if they look clean have some one unplug it clean it and tie, also follow the ground a power cables from batterie to engine and make sure the end are tie,
i'm very very good doing electrical unfortunatelly i'm in vegas and olnly can give you advises
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Suzuki should have stayed with just motorcycles. Anyway, You just had the oil changed. Check and see if they changed the filter also. They may have forgot or were just to lazy. Just a chance the oil filter is bad, I would replace it again(is the oil clean on the dipstick?). Add a higher viscosity oil. At 67,000 miles, you would have to drive dirt roads all the time, with no air filter to get sludge to clog the head ports. Which is slow drain of oil to the pan. The oil pump? well it could be, most likely not. I would say the oil sending unit is bad, but the knocking noise kind of throws that off. Knocking is bad, if it happens again, pull off and shut the engine down. One other thing to watch is the temperature gauge. getting really hot will cause knocking. Check coolant level and the thermostat.
Take it an have it diagnosed rather then looking for a magical fix on here ! Without testing , viewing scan data ,we would only be gussing . We could suggest a number of thing's that could cause this . Are you willing to replace parts that may not fix the problem. (waste of money ) !
I had the same problem since May with my 2006 Nissan Pathfinder brough it to my dealer 4 times during the course if 3 mos. Then I finally called Nissan Consumer and filed a complaint. Since this was due to a recall that was done to my car, there was no charge. They had to put a whole new fuel gauge sensor. I suggest to take it to a Nissan dealer because there is a recall for Fuel Gauge faulty reading that was put out in March or so 2010, so your car would qualify for the recall at no cost to the customer.
I had the same problem only a few months after I bought the car new in 2003. Dealer fixed it. Then 6 months later same deal. Finally I went to a 3rd party and ordered new different brand remotes and figured out the programming which was quite simple. A serirs of procedures with the door and the key which programmed the devices. 5 years later no problems. Of course before you do anything try replacing the battery in the remote.