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Old 08-27-2008, 03:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Once again the SRS light is on in my '05 Forenza. Another trip to the dealer for this. 4th time Since May '05. Is there something going on I should know about?
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Old 08-27-2008, 10:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Search for my previous response to this, but basically keep stuff out from under the seats, and do not constantly be changing the seat position.

Suzuki's are not alone with this issue, all auto makers have this complaint since the new airbag rules were out in place.
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Search for my previous response to this, but basically keep stuff out from under the seats, and do not constantly be changing the seat position.

Suzuki's are not alone with this issue, all auto makers have this complaint since the new airbag rules were out in place.
No issues here, I always have several things under the seats and the passenger seat gets moved ALOT.

I do get weird fritz's when showing off the subwoofer, or at competitions. The vibrations send all sensors into freak mode or something, lights pop-up all over. Go away with shutting off and turning back on, but weird none the less.
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Had the same issue in my 07 Reno. Took it in 3 times before they decided it was the wiring harness. 3 hours. Luckily it was still (barely) under warranty.
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