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Old 09-02-2015, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have an 05 Verona, I love this car. But the last couple of days I have noticed the temp going up. Its usually at the mid line. It has not reached the red line but pretty damn close to it. I need a little help diagnosing if you can, it has happened a hand full of times in the last few days.

The engine light has been on since I bought the car so I cant say whether it came on due to this issue. I do know why it was on before but it was not a huge deal.
I do not see any leaks. I did check the water last week and added about a liter.
When it started to spike I turned off the air and put on the heat, sometimes it lowers and sometimes is doesnt. But the air coming out isnt hot. So I am thinking thermostat.
Most times it does lower with movement.
It came down one time when I put the air back on. (fan maybe?)

I am not very knowledgeable on suzuki but am mechanically inclined.

Is there any way to test the thermostat?
Where is the thermostat?

Any leads would be great. Thanks in advanced.

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I have the same issue on my 06. You are correct in saying it is the thermostat. I literally changed everything it could have been except the damn thermostat and wouldn't you know there was the issue. If your air stays cold NOT cool or gets noticeably warmer then you should be just fine after changing that out.

Hope that makes you feel better!
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