Suzuki SX4 P0457: EVAP System – Leak Detected

P0457 is a somewhat common trouble code with the Suzuki SX4. This code references a number that is given to you when you plug your SX4 into a OBDII scanner. P0457 Indicates that there is a leak in the Evaporative Emission Control (EVAP) System. It is similar to P0455 (large leak) and P0456 (small leak) … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0303: Cylinder 3 – Misfire Detected

P0303 is a relatively common Suzuki SX4 trouble code. It stands for: P0303: Misfire Detected → Cylinder 3 P0303 should not be ignored, and can be a threat to the drivability the Suzuki SX4. The nice thing about P0303 is that it’s a cylinder specific trouble code, which makes diagnosing the problems simpler than P0300, … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0302: Misfire Detected – Cylinder 2

P0302 is a relatively common Suzuki SX4 trouble code. It stands for:     P0302 is certainly a cause for concern, and can be a threat to the drivability the Suzuki SX4. The nice thing about it is that the P0302 has tracked the problem to a particular cylinder, which makes diagnosing the problems simpler … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0430 OBD2 Code Diagnosis

This page will help you troubleshoot the Suzuki SX4 P0430 trouble code. In the SX4, this code is often caused by a bad oxygen sensor, but there can be other causes as well. We’ll take a look at them below. P0430 technically stands for:   One of the most common trouble codes with all Suzuki … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0011: OBDII Code Diagnosis

P0011 is a very common trouble code. It affects vehicles with variable valve timing (VVT). The list of VVT vehicles is growing, and the Suzuki SX4 can have VVT, and is prone to developing this code. P0011 is a generic OBDII code. This means that it has the same definition for the Suzuki SX4 as … Read more

Suzuki SX4 P0301: Misfire Detected – Cylinder 1

P0301 is a common OBDII trouble code that appears in the Suzuki SX4. It stands for:     P0301 should be considered a cause for concern, and can be a threat to the drivability your SX4. The one nice thing about P0301 is that it is a cylinder specific misfire code. This makes diagnosing the … Read more