2004 Suzuki Verona

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#171; on: March 16, 2008, AM #187;

Hi All

Took my Suzuki with 97000 miles on it the dealer to have a few things at before my 100000 mile ran out. The motor seemed to be a little louder and it appeared to be a little oil since the last oil aprox. 1qt in 1000 miles or so.

check everything our and to my suprise me that I have a lower knock and that Suzuki is my engine under warranty. So I am a new block, heads and 2 new catalytic I am happy to hear this and have an extra car that I can while its in the shop.

So three weeks later say its ready and I go to pick it up. It runs and I go back to work where I pop the to check things out, have done it in the dealership lot, I find the airbox and broken, the battery terminal broken off and the oil level on the dipstick reaching the end of the dipstick. Im a little but I call them and they me to bring it in tomorrow and they check it out.

On my way home the abs light pops on but off when I shut the car off and turn it on. I drop it off the next day tell about the light they me a loaner and keep the car over the They call on Monday and say is taken care of and that the abs was due to low voltage caused by the battery so I paid them a 110.00 for the battery I mean I just got a new for nothing!

Everything they broke is and I am a happy camper. until my abs comes back on the next day on my way to When I get to work I pop the hood to see if is anything obvious. When I it I am hit with a strong smell kindof smells like wires burning mixed a welding metal type that seems to be coming the alternator area. This me and I immediately take the car back to the with the abs light still on.

They take the car and give me loaner. They call me the day and say that the smell coming the car is the new catalytic converters and is normal. And the abs is on but they can pick up any codes and no idea what is causing it but want to keep it over the again.

Okay after that explanation here are my questions.

Are accurate about the cats funny when they are It sure smelled like an issue to me.

Can a low battery cause the abs to come on? It NEVER happened there work on the engine.

And if it can what it going to trip light but NOT trigger any codes?

Sorry for the long story any or advice would be much I would find another dealer for a second opinion but are the only ones within 300 and I know there are many with this model but up this happened this was a reliable car.

Thanks

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