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Old 03-02-2009, 02:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So i have been seeing alot of Verona's come in with the check engine light on and the trans. not shifting properly, just wanted to throw this out in case anyone has experienced the symptoms...



Check engine light on , no power ( i.e press the gas and it doesn't move )
also had a code P0703 brake switch circuit malfunction ) there may or may not be additional codes, if your wiring checks out ( i.e good continuity, voltage is ok , battery is good ) the TCM may be bad.


I had an 06 Verona that got night dropped off and when i went for a road test the check engine light came on and i went to press the gas and it wouldn't move. I had to pull over and shut it off and it would slam into gear after i put in drive.


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sounds exactly like my '05 Verona. My check engine light comes on periodically, and when it does, my car slows down while in drive or if i try to shift from P, D or R it jerks the car really hard. when i try to give it gas when moving out of P to D, it hesitates. The shop i took it to, didnt have time today to run a diagnostic test on it, so i will be taking it in tomorrow morning at about 7:30am. i will keep your posting in mind. i did ask them to check the transmission. will see what happens tomorrow.

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This morning i had took my car to my usual Goodguys automotive center and they were unable to run diagnostic on my 05 Suzuki Verona because they didnt have the software to check the areas that they needed to get to. they recommended that i take it to the dealer. i took it to the dealer and they ended up replacing a transmission range switch.
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So i have been seeing alot of Verona's come in with the check engine light on and the trans. not shifting properly, just wanted to throw this out in case anyone has experienced the symptoms...

Check engine light on , no power ( i.e press the gas and it doesn't move )
also had a code P0703 brake switch circuit malfunction ) there may or may not be additional codes, if your wiring checks out ( i.e good continuity, voltage is ok , battery is good ) the TCM may be bad.
Don't be so hasty. There's a TSB from Suzuki regarding that code. If you work at a shop of some sort, you'll have access to TSB's most likely:
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TSB No. TS 02 11075
CONDITION: Automatic Transmission DTC P0703 is present.
CAUSE: Service brake is not applied. If the service brake is not applied when checking an automatic transmission DTC, the TCM automatically sets a DTC P0703. This is a normal operating condition of the TCM.
CORRECTION: If a DTC P0703 is present when checking the Automatic Transmission DTCs apply the service brake. The DTC should disappear. If the DTC does not disappear follow the troubleshooting flow chart in the appropriate Service Manual.
NOTE:
The DTC P0703 will not illuminate the MIL. If the MIL is illuminated there should be other DTCs present.
If you're using the Tech2 scan tool to look at the TCM DTC's on the Verona, be aware the software on the Tech2 will very often not display all the DTC's present. What you're describing sounds much more like the transmission range sensor failure like arey09 had wrong...most likely P0705.
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Old 06-12-2009, 11:55 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I checked my work order on the car, as zstalker mentioned, it is PO705.

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I checked my work order on the car, as zstalker mentioned, it is PO705.

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