I bought a Chevrolet Epica 2004, which seems to have the same engine as the Suzuki Verona 04, Engine 2.5l5 DOHC-24, and I am trying to find a shop repair manual for it. I have tried to find it online without success.
I can even find the pins for the ECM reader (OBD2/CAN). only the following pins are being populated : 3, 4, 5 ,6 , 7, 11, 13 and16
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the engine mech.
engine. oil paths.
old post , but my guess, youd say all
well that is easy
buy and FSM like we do.
or suzuki pit stop plus and get a 4buck day pass. ..
obscure. it is.... is not the Verona a Daewoo with a GM engine? the lame duck? The Evanda is also rebadged as the Suzuki Verona in North Americal and Chevrolet Epica in other markets.
fixing these cars is no fun, not at all. there are 2 engines and ECU/PCM used to match (and DTC's) so is it the daewoo in line 6?or GM Holden 4 cylinder, E-TECH 2.0L when working on cars, drive line issues) first find out what is under the hood.? Im sure you know Suzuki shut down in USA? right, and in Canada in 2014, no country stated, so i guess wildly.... im at alldata . com for 6 banger, engine. no 1670.,it ends at 1668 (2.5L engine) BTW1, P1xxx codes are factory codes. and can be unique. P0xxx codes are USA basic codes. EPA/SAE/DOT codes. P16 means computer output error.
my wild guess is your car has the 4 banger the GM holden engine. and i dont have DTCs lists for the E-TECH
did you pull that code, or did autozoned.? did you write i down correctly?
is your engine the L34? as seen here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_Family_II_engine#L34
the oil light is coming on due to sensed low engine oil pressure, this is not a level issue unless u are about 3 quarts low, oil pressure indicators don't leave any computer codes, so who ever told u that is wrong, u need to test the oil pressure with a mechanical gage when the oil light is on, until U need to confirm that u don't have a real pressure issue here or you can burn out the engine bearings, if the pressure checks ok then rplace the oil pressure light sending unit in the engine.
I had the same issue with my 04 Verona. Turned out to be the throttle body. Very common issue as I have had mine replaced 3 times already. I have also read on the Internet that a lot of Verona owners complaining of the same issue.