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The brake pedal may pulsate upon brake apply. The common causes are overheating from heavy braking an/or improper wheel torque. Our technicians tell us that brake pads and rotors should be replaced to correct this concern. Problems may arise from aftermarket rotors due to quality concerns. This applies to both front and rear disk brakes.

The automatic transmission may not shift when cold due to debris on the output speed sensor. There is a revised output speed sensor and software update available which should correct this concern.

The front wheel alignment may not stay within specifications due to faulty welds on the lower control arms. Our technicians tell us that Suzuki will replace the affected control arms free of charge.

A noise may develop from the rear driveshaft center support bearing requiring replacement of the failed bearing.

A squeaking noise or vibration may he noted from the driveshaft area. This can be caused by failing universal joint which will require replacement.

Multiple electrical system failures may be due to defective or damaged insulation at the wiring harness inside the left front fender liner. Any damaged wires should be properly repaired and repositioned to avoid further damage.

A harsh automatic transmission downshift from 4th to 3rd gear may develop. This problem can often be cured by reprogramming the automatic transmission control module.

A Powertrain control module (PCM) software update is available to correct a hard starting cold issue.

Our technicians tell us these vehicles are sensitive to fuel quality. Using fuel of marginal quality can result in illumination of the Check Engine Light with misfire or oxygen sensor fault codes stored.

Our technicians tell us these vehicles are sensitive to fuel quality. Using fuel of marginal quality can result in illumination of the Check Engine Light with misfire or oxygen sensor fault codes stored.

Oil leak was found thought it was the timing chain housing but with further investigation mechanic thought the head gasket was the leak after the heads were pulled, a crack was found. Machine shop said it probably came the factory that way. I bought my Suskui brand new in 2003 know for a fact is has never over heated.