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Suzuki Verona, Sedan
#876 of 1859 So far so good
Aug 30, 2004 (6:44 am)
Hello all, its been a while since i have posted here. After reading all the posts with the stalling problems, i felt that i had to write. I have 13,250 miles on my verona ex, which is 7 months old. I have a job that requires alot of travel, and i have never had a stalling problem with this car. I did have the cpu changed on a recall,within the first month that i owned the car. And i have had both o2 sensors replaced,but it never caused any problems. I love this car, and as i said before, i also own a 2002 xl7, and sunday the 29th of august,I just bought my daughter a 2004 forenza. I have nothing but good feelings about suzuki, Including the dealer that i bought the cars from. Sorry to hear about all the trouble some are having, but i get alot of compliments on the verona, and i have never had a serious problem.
#877 of 1859 Re: CHEVY EPICA [zodiac]
Sep 01, 2004 (7:03 am)
Hey zodiac, I have Verona EX with 14K miles and have noticed the gas gauge to be a little erratic at times, too. I tend to just watch the miles more than the gas gauge. Last night, I found myself 40 miles from the nearest gas station and the gauge was on empty. I thought my wife had filled it up earlier in the day. I drove the 40 miles at a moderate speed keeping my fingers crossed. The low fuel light never came on and it only required 14.25 gallons when I filled it up.
The best thing about the whole experience was that I had 3 people in the car including a relative visiting from out of town. They all marveled at how quiet the car is. They couldn't even hear the motor or detect upshifts/downshifts when going up and down hills. I love this car.
#878 of 1859 Re: CHEVY EPICA [evergreen]
Sep 01, 2004 (9:52 am)
Good Morning Evergreen.I have a Chevy Epica L.T which is the same car as yourself, I bought it in April of this year and I am very pleased with it, as posted above I am having a false reading with my gas gauge so tommorow morning I am taking it into the shop for them to correct it and will let you know how I made out, thanks for the input
#880 of 1859 ecm are in
Sep 08, 2004 (3:45 am)
just got my new ecm last night they are now in call your dealer
#882 of 1859 Climate Control
Sep 08, 2004 (7:27 am)
Is anyone having trouble with the Climate Control? I can't choose airflow direction,(dash or floor vents) without the system cancelling Auto Mode. the Auto Mode cancells if I change fan speed. If I change recirculation the Auto Mode cancells. My temp controls need to be recalibrated. And sometimes my display is scrambled.
#883 of 1859 re: climate control
Sep 08, 2004 (8:38 am)
That's how auto AC systems work. If you push a button to manually change something that the auto setting has decided to use, then it turns off the auto setting. The system automatically assumes that since you are changing a setting, then you obviously want to manually control it. Nothing wrong with your AC system as fas as that is concerned.
#884 of 1859 re: climate control [lngtonge18]
Sep 08, 2004 (10:22 am)
Thanks for the info. I just wanted to know if that's a system design. I've owned other cars with climate control and I was able to adjust air flow etc. without cancelling Auto Mode.
I called Suzuki and they were going to refer it to a Tech and call me back. I'm still waiting for a call. That was about 2 wks age.
#885 of 1859 Re: www.suzukiveronasucks.com [imissmyverona]
Sep 08, 2004 (10:30 am)
Just curious, what was wrong with the climate control. I've had some problems with mine: air flow(dash, floor vents) fan speed, recirculation, and scrambled display