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Old 10-02-2013, 05:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation Suzuki SX4 S Cross ESP hill hold disable

On the all-new Suzuki SX4 S Cross I have a problem with the message on the display
ESP
Hill Hold
Disable

For two days the dealer trying to find solution to the problem without success. This condition is sporadic and repeated without rules. Brand new car, but a problem.
Does anyone have a similar experience with this type of fault and how the mechanics or who already eliminated.
Thanks only to the sincere help.
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Old 11-25-2013, 03:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi Biomedia,

Sorry to hear you're having problems with your new S Cross. Have the dealers been able to fix the problem with Hill Hold? Please let us know about any progress as I also have an interest in the S Cross.
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Old 11-25-2013, 04:39 AM   #3 (permalink)
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QUOTE=twilight;588194]Hi Biomedia,

Sorry to hear you're having problems with your new S Cross. Have the dealers been able to fix the problem with Hill Hold? Please let us know about any progress as I also have an interest in the S Cross.[/QUOTE]
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Old 11-25-2013, 04:42 AM   #4 (permalink)
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QUOTE=twilight;588194]Hi Biomedia,

Sorry to hear you're having problems with your new S Cross. Have the dealers been able to fix the problem with Hill Hold? Please let us know about any progress as I also have an interest in the S Cross.
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Dear,
Thank you for your interest. Progress with sporadic problem, no. Now I already have experience of approximately 2000 kilometers traveled. The car is likeable and seems to be the only problem may be electronic accessories such as TPMS sensors, hill hold control, and the like. When changing wheels with summer tires and winter kit replacing the steel wheels soon realize that you have other sensors on outdoor kit. Now just open problems. The best solution would be to buy another set of 4 TPMS (approx. 200EUR) sensors for winter kit, however, it opens up new problems and new costs, and here's why. When installing new wheels with new sensors, the same should apply to the management console of the car for what should be a special communication device which usually do not have the services. If they possess the procedure must be repeated with each set of replacement wheels summer / winter. Very stupid, irritating, annoying, etc., especially if you live in a small state like mine, full of ignorance, irresponsibility and theft. How is my profession electronics engineer, strongly recommend (it is nowadays impossible) to circumvent the new electronic equipment supplies in the car, if that is even possible. All in all, the Suzuki SX4 Cross is a good successor reliable SX4 and appeal to a very fast user. I hope to have this opinion and after traveled 30,000 KM. BRDS
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Old 11-26-2013, 08:36 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Hi Biomedia,

Thanks for getting back to me -- it sounds like a really annoying problem! I hope Suzuki come up with a fix soon. I'll certainly hold off buying the S-Cross until I hear of progress on this front. Do keep us up to date please!
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Angry Suzuki s cross Hild hold disable fault

Have had a Suzuki s cross for a few weeks. For 75% of the time the Hill hold disable alert is flashing. Was told initially that this was normal from my local Suzuki dealer. Really???! This dealership was Cannock, Staffordshire. Eventually got sense from an advisor at Suzuki UK and was promised that an alternative garage, Bilston, would sort it for me. They have let me down this week by not having the vehicle in as promised, only to be told today that they won't have it in tomorrow either as promised as they don't know what to do with it! Shocking after sales so far. It is so distracting driving with this flashing on the dashboard. Very disheartened so far with Suzuki. Wish I had never had this car. Having googled this fault I have found an official Suzuki response that tells you how to fix it. Astonishing that the dealers aren't aware of it and the customer has to tell them what the fault is.
I was also unable to get my iPhone to connect and was told by my local dealer-Cannock, that I probably needed a software update???!!! There are no compatibility issues with the s cross and iPhone 5 and have got this sorted independently. They didn't even bother to look at it for me.
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Please PLease Please: could anyone opening a thread specify where they live or complete their profile . There are large differences between American, european and Asian models and even between USA and Canadian versions. Help yourself by helping everyone figure out where things happen. I like to hear about the new S-Cross but this model does not exist in America with the demise of Suzuki on this continent...too bad.

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New owner of a ddis 1.6 diesel. Drove 3 miles from dealer and warning light came on. Took it back next day and supposed to have corrected problem. Finally sorted 5 days later. Heres a quote from acar testing site
The hill hold warning light comes on due to a switch on the back of the cutch pedal that senses when the car is on a hill the tolerance is very fine for the correct location of the switch which means that it can be out of adjustment even on a new car, it is a quick adjustment at the dealer carried out under warranty..
Suzuki point out that they cannot set the sensor to suit every country within the factory its a simple job fo a suzuki workshop to set it up
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....New owner of a ddis 1.6 diesel....
..so I conclude you do not live on my side of the pond.....
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