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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They have been doing well and there problems are fewer than most. Sounds like you have a pretty good car. Have those trouble codes checked and repaired though so it does'nt cause problems down the road. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
Your car is from 2006 how come it needs a timing belt ( do you drive 20K per year? ). What is wrong with the drive belt. The sound from belt is not a clicking noise.
Any way try to avoid that dealer. What a baloney.
When you start the car, open the hood try to identify where the noise comes from.
1-If it comes from the top engine, open your oil cap, to see if oils splattered from mechanical movements. Usually oil is not enough then it takes time to travel to the cam shaft and the lifters that why after making noise a while then the engine becomes quite since it gets lubricated. How long have you been from last oil changed?
2-If it comes from the front engine try to identify if it comes from Power steering or AC. Check Power-steering fluid to see it it needs filled up. Check this before starting the engine.
Try to turn on AC to see if the noise more or less so you can determine the AC clutch is bad.
Hope you can find the source for a good fix.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
there is no dip stic on the forenza no need to go to the dealer and pay for it simply jack the entire car off the ground enough to get yourself under it make sure u support it with appropriate stands. you can check the fluid by removing the plug from the side of the trans u will need a special tool for this u can get from an auto parts store after removing the plug check to make sure the fluid is right to the brim of the plug hole then turn the car on and shift through the gears R,D,1,2,4 and then back again hold in each gear for about 5 sec then turn the car off crawl back under and check again . if low add a little at a time until its filled u can get a small hand pump with a tube on it from auto store u put this in a quart of trans fluid makes the job alot easier . as for the other problem it is you Trans range sensor $65 dollars from the dealer or $45 from OEMsuzukiparts.com not very hard to change Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
Right on the transmission, to the right side of the engine bay as you are looking down on it. It is a black plastic part that is bolted on the transmission with two 10mm bolts, and connected to the transmission with rod and clip. It is partially obstructed by the radiator hose, but otherwise really easy to get to.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
The resistor is located on the passenger side of the truck. Look under ur glovebox. You will need to take off the side panel against the door and the panel that is directly under the glove box. The resistor is under those and it is a black box that is about 5x2. It has two bolts holding it on and 3 sets of wires coming out of it. The part i estimated was about $300.00 (new). It should fix the air if it is only working on certian numbers or not blowing at all..
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
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Sep 25, 2015 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza
can be faulty blower motor or faulty blower motor resistor. Get the blower
motor inspected.If its faulty it has to be replaced.
blower motor testing and replacing,check the link below:----
Blower motor Testing/replacing for all vehicles?
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