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Old 06-26-2008, 10:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have been tryin to find out how to check my transmission fluid and cant find the damn dip stick. how do i get to it or where is it located? when i am driving my engine makes a weird noise and i cant figure out what it is but it goes away when i turn left. It wont drip below 2000rpm when i am drivin or cruisin. sometimes when i am stopped and and go to turn my car makes like a nocking or clicking noise.

my abs light and check engine light is on i hooked it up to a code reader and got it to go away then it came back on about 2 days later. my oil light flickers all the time too. is there eletrical probems with the dash?

Has anybody had these problems or anything similiar.
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Old 06-27-2008, 01:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you checked the "codes" that came up on your code reader against the Suzuki code definitions? You can get them from the i-net or the Suzuki America website (small charge and they are printable).
Sometimes you may clear the codes that seem insignificant, when they are hiding another code that may identify your problem. What I mean is, once one problem is fixed and the computer on the car acknowledges the fix, a different code (unrelated) may appear.
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Is what is going on here is that your wheel bearings are going out. When this happens, there is just enough movement in the wheel to turn off the ABS which in turn activates the CHECK ENGINE light.

If your verona is still under warranty, take it to the dealer. They will replace the wheel bearings for nothing. Make sure they check both sides. The two front ones seem to go at the same time.
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i have been tryin to find out how to check my transmission fluid and cant find the damn dip stick. how do i get to it or where is it located? when i am driving my engine makes a weird noise and i cant figure out what it is but it goes away when i turn left. It wont drip below 2000rpm when i am drivin or cruisin. sometimes when i am stopped and and go to turn my car makes like a nocking or clicking noise.

my abs light and check engine light is on i hooked it up to a code reader and got it to go away then it came back on about 2 days later. my oil light flickers all the time too. is there eletrical probems with the dash?

Has anybody had these problems or anything similiar.
The dipstick is not there. There is a fill plug near the axle stub shaft exit from the differential. It requires an 8mm or 5-16 pipe plug socket.

The engine are know to suck oil through the PCV system when rocker shafts wear. So check the oil level. If down refill and check it out a dealer if under 100K.

Also check for trans leaks at the cooler. THe original aluminum gaskets like to leak occasionally.

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Is what is going on here is that your wheel bearings are going out. When this happens, there is just enough movement in the wheel to turn off the ABS which in turn activates the CHECK ENGINE light.

If your verona is still under warranty, take it to the dealer. They will replace the wheel bearings for nothing. Make sure they check both sides. The two front ones seem to go at the same time.
Wheel bearings seem to loose the electrical side even if the bearings are good. The left one will set the MIL light too.
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