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The hold button on my 2004 Suzuki Verona comes on out of no where flashing and it stops my car from excelerating. I haveto pull over and shut the car off then on in order to contiue driving. After 2k dollars in reapirs over the last 3 months...I just want to know if this feature can be disconnected???? I don't need it. Thanks

2004 Suzuki... | Answered 2 days ago


You should be able to find this in the owner's manual.
The items with batteries that are important are
1) How many Cold Cranking Amps (CCA) are needed to start this vehicle.( Should be in manual and some where on old battery)
2) top posts or side posts.
3) Physical size of battery .Must clear hood and fit snug onto battery tray. (match it up to old one)
4) Make sure battery terminals are clean no corrosion or broken terminals.
5) battery hold downs. Never drive around w/o a battery hold down. Why? A) Its dangerous B) you cut the life of the battery in half.

1999 Suzuki... | Answered 3 days ago


If there are no signs of a leak, then likely a head gasket failure.

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on May 15, 2020


Not sure - you might if the cam(s) are chain driven. Sometimes it isn't possible to access the chain tensioner without removing the chain casing and that often means removing the oil pan.

If the cam(s) are belt driven there should be no need to remove the oil pan...

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on May 13, 2020


Head tightening procedure and torque specs:
For M6 bolts:
  • Step 1: 11 Nm (1.1 kg·m, 8.0 ft·lb)
For M10 bolts:
  • Step 1: 52 Nm; 5.2 kg·m; 38.0 ft·lb
  • Step 2: 82 Nm; 8.2 kg·m; 59.2 ft·lb
  • Step 3: 0 Nm; 0 kg·m; 0 ft·lb
  • Step 4: 52 Nm; 5.2 kg·m; 38.0 ft·lb
  • Step 5: 103 Nm; 10.3 kg·m; 74.5 ft·lb

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on May 12, 2020


With the right tools and knowledge fairly easy.

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on May 10, 2020


When the light comes on you can go to a auto parts store and have them read the codes for free. The issue could be caused by a lot of things and a specific code number will be a big help.

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on Apr 27, 2020


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEqiFPTroqE

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on Apr 25, 2020


Hi Lain,

The Hydraulic clutch on your Grand Vitara is non adjustable.
The hydraulic cylinder will self adjust/position itself as the clutch wears.
If your clutch pedal friction point is high or clutch is slipping you will require a new clutch kit and flywheel machine.

Cheers.

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on Apr 24, 2020


The anti-theft feature is intended to discourage
theft or the audio system by preventing
the system from operating when it
is moved to a different vehicle.
This feature works by allowing you to enter
a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
When the audio system is disconnected
from its power source, such as when the
audio system is removed or the battery is
disconnected, the system will not operate
again unless the PIN is reentered.

On Page 4-52, it goes on to say:

Setting the Anti-Theft Function
1) Turn off the power by pressing the
power on/off knob (1).
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2) Press the power on/off knob (1) while
pressing and holding the track up button
(2). The "ENTRY 0000" will blink
and the audio system enter PIN-input
mode.
NOTE:
Establish your PIN by combining numbers
from 1 to 6 into any 4-digit number. If you
forget your PIN, when you remove the battery
for repair etc., you will no longer be
able to operate the audio system.
66J117
3) Input the four digit PIN using preset buttons
1 to 6.
66J118
4) After you enter your four digit PIN, the
display will return to "0000".
66J117
5) Input the same 4-digit number you previously
entered.
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6) The power of the audio system will turn
off.
NOTE:
Write down your PIN for the future use.
Canceling Your Established PIN
Setting
This operation is to be done when you
want to cancel the anti-theft function or
change your PIN.
1) Turn off the power by pressing the
power on/off knob (1).
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2) Press the power on/off knob (1) while
pressing and holding the track up button
(2). The "DELETE 0000" will blink
and the audio system will enter the cancel
mode.

& finally, Page 4-53 wraps it up:

INSTRUMENT PANEL
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3) Input your PIN. The power of the audio
system will turn off and your PIN will be
deleted.
To change your PIN, first delete your
current PIN, then set a new one.
Confirming Your Personal Identification
Number (PIN)
When the main power source is disconnected
such as when you exchange your
battery, etc, you will have to confirm your
PIN to be able to use the audio system.
To confirm your PIN:
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1) Turn the ignition switch to the "ACC"
position.
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2) Input your PIN.
If the PIN that you input matches the
registered PIN, the power of the audio
system will turn off, and you will be able
to operate the audio system.



AND THIS IS AN IMPORTANT NOTE:

• If you input your PIN incorrectly, "----" will
be displayed and the anti-theft function
lock mode is entered. If you enter an
incorrect PIN fewer than 6 times, the
locking time will be for 15 seconds; if you
enter an incorrect PIN more than 6
times, the locking time will be for 15 minutes.
• If you forget your PIN and enter a wrong
PIN, you can not perform any further
operation.

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on Apr 22, 2020


You may have a bad key chip, try a diffrent key in the ignition, also make sure you do not have magnet strip mini swipe cards on key chain near the ignition. this sounds like the immoboilizer system is active. this system will not allow the coils to spark.
The key would be the first thing to check. do this by using another key.if car still will not start then the key reader may be bad, this is located around the ignition . the last problem could be the module or a broken wire.The best way to check this would be with a scan tool. there will be codes stored in the anti or body module. the codes will tell you where the failure is and with some testing the problem can be found. the scan tool can help by reading the values and readings. it can tell you if the key chip is read and if the module accepts it. i think if the spare key does not start the car then it will be cheaper to have a shop diagnose the problem. this will help you from just putting parts in. also this anti theft system needs programing when certain parts are replaced.
hope this is helpful, good day

2006 Suzuki... | Answered on Apr 12, 2020


I doubt it has a compatible part number so will not work.

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on Apr 08, 2020


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_Allhji37k

Flickering dashboard lights are a problem, but they usually don't indicate a problem with the dash itself. Rather, it's often caused by a dying car battery or a failing alternator (which charges the battery when your vehicle is running).
https://www.wilsonvillechevrolet.com/service/learn-how-to-troubleshoot-dash-light-problems-wilsonville-or

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on Mar 27, 2020


visit this link https://ganools.com

Suzuki Cars &... | Answered on Mar 21, 2020

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