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Old 01-26-2011, 12:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Intermittently trany is not responding while driving

My first post. I have Suzuki Verona Luxury 2006 with 32000 miles. The car starts to have transmission shifting problem (happened 4 times). While I am driving it could stop respond (feels like in neutral) and no respond on acceleration pedal (engine works like in idle). But if I stop the car completely on the side of the road, shut the engine off, and then start engine on again it will shift and go as the way it should be. No check engine light. Could someone help me what is it, transmission range switch should be replaced, programming?
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Yesterday, when I came home, and parked the car - check engine lite came ON. I connected OBDII reader, it showed P0605 code (Internal Control Module Read Only Memory (ROM) Error) - Should ECM be replaced or reflashed?
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I have replaced the range switch after the car began to "knock" as it changed gears hard. Now it does as you describe and I believe the trans fluid has broken down. I will be getting mine changed next week and I will let you know what happens.
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Same problem happened to me again yesterday. While I was driving – it stoped to respond (feels like in neutral) and no respond on acceleration pedal (engine works like in idle). BUT right before that I've heard "knock" sound as it changed the gears hard... and check engine light start to illuminate. I connected code reader and found P0605.
Not sure how I can fix my transmission problem.
Not sure if the car still has warranty.

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Today, when I looked through all the posts in this forum - tried to find any answer related to my trany problem (I mean code P0605) - this is what I found:
https://www.suzuki-forums.com/suzuki-...ki-verona.html
Does it mean I should try to clean up a throttle body? How I can do it? What would be procedure for it? Can anyone help me?
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I got the transmission fluid changed and to my horror the dealer said he could not guarantee the transmission would continue to work after they changed it. He said sometimes the old fluid "holds damaged parts together" and when the fluid is changed the transmission gives out. WOW - what a disclaimer. I had a few shifting issues after the service but I drove it in HOLD mode for a while and then took it out and have been going fine since. Its been a while since my car was so quiet and shifted smoothly.

I had a couple of events like you describe and I believe its a timing issue as I have tried a couple of things...
1 - manually downshifting does not address the issue
2 - since the engine does not seem to have enough power to push what feels like the gear or clutch I pumped the gas peddle and found it does respond and come out of it. I have smelled fumes afterwards and once heard something like an old vapor lock pop.
3 - it is not consistent in a way that would indicate hardware damage so it seems to be module or belt. My good friend "HOLD" seemed to resolve it after that period of problems on the one day. A friend of mine suspects ECM.

** AFTER READING YOUR OTHER POST **
I guess I have to add fuel pump too
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