My van's ABS light comes on and then the odometer and park, reverse, neutral etc... lights start flickering and then the battery light comes on. Some times when I step on the brake it will kill the power to the radio for a few seconds or it will kill the whole engine. Sometimes when the automatic door locks, lock, it does the same thing. I turned the headlights on one time and the van jerked and it killed the whole engine but came right back on. The van has had 2 new alternators and a new computer and it's still not fixed. I am 3 1/2 months away from not having my van for 1 year because of this problem.

Is the switch easy to change out?

I moved the passenger seat backward and reclined it all the way the other day and now the switch clicks like normal, but the seat does not move an inch. Is it a fuse, is it the motor, or the switch itself? How can I diagnose and then fix this? PLEASE help, it's my girlfriend's car, and she blames me for it! Gah!

All I can see when I unplug the light is two electrical prongs. Can't see how to remove the light.

When I put it in 4 wheel dirve, it engages for 5 seconds, the 4 wheel light flashes, then it disengages. If you are stuck and need the 4x4, You can repeat the process continuiously until you get unstuck.
I have had the pump replaced twice, no one knows anything about suzukis around this area.

I was told that I had to have platinum plugs or I could damage my engine?

while driving,the wheel shakes

this happens afet car has been drivin quite a distance

what tools are needed to replace hub assembly on lft front do you needa press and do you recomend doit yourselfers

after my car has been sitting a while- overnight- when I first start it there is a small puff of white smoke from the exhaust- not always but about every 2-3 days or so. hubby just checked/ filled the oil last week. Could he have put too much oil in?

-selonoid for the fuel pump ( its working )
-relay switch
-spark plugs and wires
does anyone have any suggestions, or has there been a recall for this reason?

After replacing the alternator and battery, it still won't start. Just clicks once and doesn't turn over or anything. This its getting frustrating and expensive. Someone please help!!

Engine is dying out on the road, when put on a computer to find out what is going on it comes up that the Excellorator sensor is going out, we were informed that we had to replace the whole throttle chamber assymbly. Cant the sensor just be replaced. Are we being whodoo'd?

will car need air filter, plugs, belts?

and I just recently changed the thermostat in it. The temperature gauge is right where it should be so it is not overheating. When I took the radiator cap off it was full of gunk. I am wondering if I should replace the cap? What could be wrong with it.