2006 Suzuki Verona Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2006 Suzuki Verona

2006 Suzuki Verona Problems

The airbag light may illuminate

The airbag light may illuminate due to damaged wires under the drivers and/or passenger front seat. Damaged wires should be repaired and properly secured to correct this issue.

TCM software upgrade to improve shift quality

Poor shift quality of the automatic transmission may be improved by upgrading the software in the transmission control module (TCM).

PCM Software Update Available

Powertrain control module (PCM) software updates are available to correct false fault codes related to the oxygen (O2) sensors and evaporative control (EVAP) system.

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2006 Suzuki Verona Questions

My Verona does NOT have cruise control. Is it a fuse? (1 answer)

I bought it in 2010 and it never had cruise control. Now I see all the others advertised with cruise control and am wondering what happened to mine ... does it have to be installed or is it maybe just a fuse I need to put in?

it stops accelerating the engine is on but it dosen't move hve switch off and on (2 answers)

it runs fine then suddenly stops accelerating then i have to stop the engine and switch on then it works perfectly for few miles the same thing i replaced all new plugs and serviced the whole fuel system what could b the problem

car dyibg (1 answer)

my check engine light goes off and on all the time, and its been dying while im driving it. it starts back up but it does it over and over again once it starts.

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2006 Suzuki Verona Recalls

Potential Fire From Instrument Panel

In the affected vehicles excess heat could be generated within the daytime running lights module located in the instrument panel. As a result the module could melt, increasing the risk of a fire. Dealers will replace the daytime running lights module to correct this concern.

Potential Loss of Power Steering Assist

The power steering pump pulley may separate from the pump due to inadequate wall thickness of the pulley. This could cause the drive belt to come off, resulting in heavier than normal steering and potential engine overheating and/or stalling. Dealers will inspect and replace the power steering pulley as necessary. This recall is scheduled to begin on December 1, 2005. The Suzuki recall number is KJ.

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2006 Suzuki Verona Reviews

A pile of junk,I will never buy another one!!!

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