Suzuki Aerio Repair and Maintenance
A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your Suzuki Aerio
- Could a P0171 code be activated simply by needing a new air and fuel filter?
- how to remove ECM
- Starts and idles fine but when you give it gas it falls on its face
- 2.3 liter is it easier to go threw top of motor to retrive a broken dipstick or the bottom
- Is it easier going threw top of motor or bottom of motor to retrieve a dipstick
Suzuki Aerio Problems
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.
The front brake pads may wear out prematurely, this is most commonly caused by aggressive driving. However, in some cases this condition can be caused by brake caliper or hose failure due to contaminated brake fluid. Our technicians always stress the importance of changing the brake fluid at the correct service intervals.
Suzuki Aerio Questions
Code keeps returning. Have not replaced either filters yet. Just diagnosing code.
Car had no spark, replace the crank angle sensor also known as the camshaft synchronizer. Replace the sensor the car started right up also replaced the battery. Car was finish in the morning and thru out day , car started with no problems. Until this morning car was kept overnight , this morning ...
I have recently replaced the motor mounts, fuel sensor, thermostat, stabilizer, bought new radiator and got a new battery. i had a full service tune up, alignment and diagnostic read. Got a oil change and transmission service and flush. After new brakes and rotors now i am at a cross of where els...
Suzuki Aerio Recalls
Suzuki Aerio Reviews
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 a 2006 aerio, and the car is great. I have 85,000 miles on the car, and outside of normal wear and tear, the car has had little if any problems. Very reliable, has all wheel drive, and despite it being 4 years old, it still looks like the newer models coming out. I expect to have this car well over 180,000 miles
My wife owns a 2003 Suzuki Aerio and it is very reliable, the car will last long time if given routine maintenance.