Suzuki SX4 P0056: Meaning, Causes + Diagnosis

P0056 is a somewhat common O2 sensor-related OBD2 trouble code. It is a generic code, which means it has the same definition for the Suzuki SX4 as it would any other vehicle. This code is almost always caused by a bad heated oxygen sensor or wiring issue and almost never creates drivability issues. P0056 should … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0058: Meaning, Causes, + Diagnosis

P0058 is a not too common and OBDII trouble code that occurs in the Suzuki SX4. It indicates that the heated oxygen sensor (which we’ll be referring to as HO2S a lot) heater control circuit located at B2S2 is sending a signal to the PCM that is outside of its normal operating range. In this … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0036: Meaning, Causes + Diagnosis

P0036 is a very common O2 sensor-related trouble code. It’s generic, which means it has the same definition for the Suzuki SX4 as any other vehicle. This code is almost always caused by a bad heated oxygen sensor or wiring issue and is almost always symptom-free. P0036 should NOT be considered a breakdown risk if … Read more

Suzuki SX4: P0024 Meaning, Causes, & Diagnosis

P0024 is a generic OBD2 trouble code. It indicates that your Suzuki SX4’s camshaft position “B” is over advanced or a system performance issue. There are many potential causes for this code, and a lot of them are easy to check. VVT– Variable Valve Timing Bank 2– The side of the engine with the second … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0600: Meaning, Causes, + Diagnosis

P0600 is a relatively uncommon OBD2 trouble code. It indicates that there’s been a communications failure between your Suzuki SX4’s ECM and one or more of the separate modules that it communicates with. P0600 is a generic trouble code, so it has the same meaning for the Suzuki SX4 as it would any other vehicle. … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0032: What it Means and How to Fix

P0032 is a not-too-common, generic, OBDII trouble code. It indicates that your Suzuki SX4’s heated oxygen sensor (which we’ll be referring to as HO2S a lot) is sending a signal to the PCM that is outside of its normal operating range. In this case, the signal is higher than it should be. Terminology: HO2S- Heated … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0057: Meaning + Causes

P0057 is a generic trouble code, which means that it has the same definition for the Suzuki SX4 as it would any other vehicle. It indicates that the O2 sensor at bank 2 sensor 2 has a heated element that is sending a signal back to the ECM that is below its normal operating range. … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0037: Meaning + Causes

P0037 is a generic trouble code, which means that it has the same definition for the Suzuki SX4 as it would any other vehicle. It indicates that the O2 sensor at bank 1 sensor 2 has a heated element that is sending a signal back to the ECM that is below its normal operating range. … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0022: Meaning, Causes, + Diagnosis

P0022 is a relatively common general OBD2 trouble code. If your SX4 has Variable Valve Timing (We’ll be referring to it as VVT a lot), it can get this code. What is VVT? VVT changes the frequency and distribution of gases entering and exiting the combustion chamber. It allows the engine to act like it … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0050: Definition, Causes, + Diagnosis

P0050 is a common OBD2 trouble code. It’s generic, which means it has the same definition for the Suzuki SX4 as any other vehicle. The cause of P0050 is almost always a bad heated oxygen sensor or wiring issue. P0050 Definition: Heater Control – Circuit – Bank 2 Sensor 1 P0050 indicates no signal coming … Read more