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Suzuki Verona, Sedan
#1791 of 1855 Finding parts for my 2004 Verona
Dec 03, 2008 (11:18 am)
Hello, I am new to this forum and I would like to ask a view questions about my 2004 Verona. I have not had any problems with it until about 90,000 miles. Nothing with the engine but my driver side window is off track or something, its got a lot of play in it meaning i can move it side to side and up and down. I have to pull it down to come down, and i have to pull it up to come up. I am a DIY kinda guy so id like to do it myself. It's starting to happen to my passenger window as well. If anybody knows what is wrong with it please let me know! I also broke my diver side door molding, the plastic peice on the side of the door, and cant find it ANYWHERE! The dealership here went out of business (looks liike suzuki isn't doing to good some places). Please please please if anybody has any information or resources let me know. thanks a lot!
Dec 15, 2008 (3:56 pm)
I have an 04 Verona and I am wondering if there is something wrong with the stabilization of the car. It suddenly seems easier to steer and seems very touchy with the steering. Any ideas if there is a stabilization problem or something else?
#1793 of 1855 Re: 2005 Suzuki Verona 114k miles [mikepegasus]
Jan 01, 2009 (10:10 am)
Hi. I haven't been on the site for a while but I was wondering if you were able to get your car fixed. We have an 04 and like you had almost no problems. Now it sits in the drive way and we can not use it. Please feel free to contact me at my personal email address. Mickeysgalcomcast.net
#1795 of 1855 Suzuki Verona-gas tank
Apr 23, 2009 (4:52 pm)
Hi, I was wondering if any one else has had a problem putting gas into their gas tank. When I pump the gas in, it acts like it is full, like I am topping it off and the gas comes rushing back out at me. I know for a fact that the tank is not full because I ran out of gas when I went under the assumption that maybe the guage was wrong. I can't pump gas in it for more than a few second at a time. Any suggestions?Thanks
May 27, 2009 (9:56 pm)
HEY WHAT S UP EVERY ONE OR NO ONE AT ALL DOES ANYONE CHAT HERE. I JUST BOUGHT A 05 VERONA AND IT HAS 39000 MILES AND IS GOOD CONDITION . I DONT HAVE AN OWNERS MANUEL WHERE CAN I GET ONE FOR FREE ? DOES THIS CAR REALLY SUCK? I LIKE MINE SO FAR BUT THERE IS ROM FOR IMPROVEMENT.
May 28, 2009 (10:20 am)
It's not a bad car, ive heard a lot of bad things that have happened to it but i would say just take care of it because if you don't you will have a lot more problems. I just hit 100,000 miles on mine and its still running, i just need to replace my wheel bearing which costs $150 for the part, and $300 for labor.
#1798 of 1855 Re: MY NEW 05 [veronadriver1]
Jun 11, 2009 (9:57 am)
Yes this car is a piece of crap!!! I have an '04 and it has 103,000 miles on it and it has sat in my driveway for a year because the cylinders are messed up. I did all the required maintenance and still the car died on me. There are also many other problems with the cars. If you'd like to know I can list them out for you, all though I am sure I did that already on here somewhere.
#1799 of 1855 Re: MY NEW 05 [mickeysgal]
Jun 11, 2009 (4:56 pm)
Mickey, what do you mean your "cyclinders are messed up?" I have an 04 with about 64k on it and, on two occasions when being serviced by the dealer, they found things they didn't like (oil leak and low oil pressure) and they threw in a whole new engine both times. If yours doesn't run because of cylinder problems, it sounds like you need a new engine. The warranty for that kind of problem is 7 years so you should be ok, unless you have a crappy dealer.
#1800 of 1855 Re: MY NEW 05 [05suzuk]
Jun 11, 2009 (7:35 pm)
We have an early 2004 model (made in June of 2003). Don't know free owner's manual source. We like our Verona very much, though it is not flawless. The reliability has been excellent with no repair costs. Free work includes one engine computer update, one radio reset, and one replacement oxygen sensor when the engine warning light stayed on. Best part is the very smooth engine. The ride is good, interior space excellent, and the pass-through back seat is very useful. The leather is durable and the roof window never leaks. I would buy the latest six-speed automatic version if it were available in the USA. It is currently sold in Britain, New Zealand, and Australia. There may be more. If you have a specific owner's manual question I may be able to help.