Suzuki Aerio Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Suzuki Aerio

Suzuki Aerio Problems

Rear Tires May Wear Out Prematurely

The rear tires may wear prematurely. Our technicians tell us the rear wheels should be re-aligned using revised specifications in order to help correct this issue.

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Suzuki Aerio Questions

Can I put a 2005 Suzuki aerio wagon motor in a 2002 aerio sedan? (1 answer)

I hit wanna know whether or not the 2005 engine will work on the 2002

My air conditioner/fan won't come on. What is the problem? (1 answer)

Air condition fan was only working on high speed. Now it won't turn on at all.

Car not starting unless I move gear shifter. Bad sensor? (1 answer)

So replaced my battery and alternator last month, my car started not starting, wouldn't click or try and turn over and couldn't be jumped. Mechanic couldn't find anything wrong as it started just fine for him. Drove it today and as its been happening for about a month now. My car woul...

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Suzuki Aerio Recalls

Recall 07V307000
ON CERTAIN VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH 5-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS, DUE TO IMPROPER SHAPE OF THE CLIP, THE RETAINING CLIP THAT KEEPS THE GEAR SHIFT CABLE ATTACHED TO THE GEAR SHIFT LEVER CAN CONTACT THE GEAR SHIFT LEVER HOUSING IF EXCESSIVE LATERAL FORCE IS APPLIED WHEN SHIFTING TO FIRST GEAR.
Recall 03V223000
CERTAIN PASSENGER (111 MY 2002 ESTEEM, 777 MY 2002 AERIO, 2,368 MY 2003 AERIO) AND SPORT UTILITY (324 MY 2002 GRAND VITARA, 274 MY 2003 GRAND VITARA, 684 MY 2002 GRAND VITARA XL-7, AND 781 MY 2003 GRAND VITARA XL-7) VEHICLES FAIL TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STA...

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Suzuki Aerio Reviews

I dont now wear is the Fan relay of my suzuki Aereo 2005 i dont have my manuel book pleace sen mi a foto wear it is.my email is littlehawk2344@yahoo.com Gracias Peter F.Hernandez
My 2002 suzuki aerio has been such a great car. After 10 yrs of virtually no engine problems, I now face having to replace the MAF sensor unit due to an engine stalling issue. My problem now, is trying to locate the part without having to purchase the whole MAF UNIT which runs $1400 direct from the dealer. Aftermarket parts are available & sold as the sensor only but it does not fit my car! Can...
I have 114,000 miles on my 2006 Aerio and it's one of, if not the, best cars I've ever owned. Only challenge is keeping it in brake pads! Finally switched to ceramics and they last longer. No engine problems, no tranny problems, no "old age" creaks, groans or strange noises. I love my Suzuki!

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