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

Suzuki SX4 P0030: Meaning, Causes + Diagnosis

P0030 is a very common OBD2 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. P0030 Definition: Heater Control – Circuit – B1S1 P0030 indicates no signal coming from your … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0730:  Meaning, Causes + Diagnosis

P0730 is a standard OBD2 trouble code. It indicates that your Suzuki SX4’s PCM has detected an incorrect gear ratio. While this code can appear if you changed your SX4’s transmission or rear end gearing without re-flashing the computer, it almost always has nothing to do with an incorrect gear ratio. An internal transmission problem … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0871: Transmission Fluid Pressure Sensor/Switch “C” Range/Performance

P0871 is a somewhat rare diagnostic trouble code.  While your Suzuki SX4’s check engine light will come on, this particular code indicates that there’s something wrong with the transmission, specifically the transmission fluid pressure sensor switch “C”. It’s a generic code, so P0871 has the same definition for any vehicle made for the 1996 model … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0480: Meaning, Causes & Diagnosis

P0480 is a relatively common OBDII trouble code.  It indicates that your Suzuki SX4’s “cooling fan 1 control circuit” is malfunctioning.  It’s a generic code, so it has the same meaning for any vehicle made for the 1996 model year and up.   P0480 Definition:  Cooling Fan 1 – Control Circuit Malfunction Here is the … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0320: Meaning, Causes, & Diagnosis

P0320 is a relatively common ignition-related trouble code. P0320 indicates that your Suzuki SX4’s ignition/distributor engine speed circuit is malfunctioning. P0320 is most likely caused by the engine speed sensor, or a wiring issue. P0320 Definition:  Ignition/Distributor Engine Speed – Input Circuit Nearly all modern vehicles, including the Suzuki SX4, use individual coil packs which … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0846: Meaning, Causes, + Diagnosis

P0846 is a relatively common trouble code.  While your Suzuki SX4’s check engine light will come on, P0846 is a transmission-related trouble code, specifically the transmission fluid pressure sensor circuit. It’s a generic code, so P0846 has the same definition for any vehicle made for the 1996 model year and up.  Before doing anything, check … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0882:  Meaning, Causes + Diagnosis

P0882 is a generic DTC trouble code, which means it has the same meaning for the Suzuki SX4 as it would any other vehicle.  While this code sets the check engine light, it is actually warning you of an issue with the TCM transmission control module, specifically that the power input signal is too low. … Read more