This is dangerous because I could get rear-ended when losing speed so fast. An authorized dealer was notified, but the manufacturer was not. I have already spent lots of money for this specific issue. I need your help to resolve this issue with the company. This makes it difficult to merge onto oncoming traffic and could cause an accident. Neither the dealer nor the manufacturer was notified of the failure. Don't move sometime after putting it on drive and make loud noise as I try to accelerate, engine light is on since July 2nd and these issues started from that time.
The car only has about 53,700 miles on it. I am told the transmission range sensor is the problem. Anybody else with this problem? The vehicle independently decelerated to 30 mph. The range sensor was replaced. Wrights Suzuki in Wexford work hard to get me the lowest payments they could. The car then begins to lose power.
The vehicle was not repaired. Car slams into gear and gets stuck in 2nd gear after stopping. Check engine code signaled transmission range sensor malfunction. Note: The transmission repair shop noted that this was a common failure item on many vehicles and the dealer where the replacement part was purchased had 3 in their shop for the same problem at the time the part was purchased. When I turned on the car, the check engine light was back on, put car in reverse and clunk, while the display where the R for reverse would have been was scrambled, car still reversed. They said they couldn't fix anything until they knew exactly the cause. The first occurance of it this weekend happened while driving 70+ mph on an interstate highway and caused the vehicle to jerk when the gears suddenly changed.
My 2007 Suzuki Reno only have around 56000 miles and it started to shake while putting it on reverse gear. Car slams into gear and gets stuck in 2nd gear after stopping. Have paid a lot of money to have this same sensor changed five times. The vehicle was not repaired. Suzuki distributed to owners an interim letter on July 30, 2014.
Putting car in park also slams into gear. Dec 24, 2016 look at both sides of engine. My vehicle began to show symptoms at about 30,000 miles. Clunked into drive, and wouldn't switch out of 1st gear. This is a known issue! I was told it was a transmission range sensor and it was not covered by the warranty.
I am livid at this point because I bought the car brand new with 27 miles on it and have had nothing but trouble ever since!! No parts have been replaced at this time as the manufacturer sees this item as not being part of the 100,000 mile powertrain warranty, and some ball park estimates to have the delaer replace this part is over 300. The manufacturer as contacted and a complaint was filed case number: 2274091298. The vehicle would also jerk when shifting gears and the check engine light began to illuminate on the instrument panel. The indicator light for the gear flashed and the vehicle would not move out of 1st gear. Big 4 cyclinder is a must in my area and pulls the hills with no problems.
I turned the car back on and the check engine light remained on. Great stereo - speakers can't handle bass too well, but you can adjust the controls to compensate. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic and the contact was informed that a transmission sensor was faulty. Meow, cat eyes headlights :- 5 out of 5 stars by kdnick05 from Winchester, Tn. When accelerating from a complete stop, the vehicle takes at least a mile to reach highway speed and when stopping it seems as if the transmission remains completely in gear and does not allow the vehicle to slow down correctly. I believe this shouldn't be normal, when this breaks, its a hassle for the car to drive properly. The failure mileage was 25,000 and the current mileage was 85,700.
Thanks for my husband next to me, and his guidance as he is professional driver, I was able to make it safe to first lane. No explanation was given as to why this was happening again. Great gas mileage and very low maintenance costs. It drives fine for a few minutes but then it continues to erratically shift into neutral while driving. In Canada, Reno's are called Chevy Optra's, but it's the same car.
This makes it difficult to merge onto oncoming traffic and could cause an accident. The vehicle was never diagnosed or repaired. The vehicle was not repaired. The following chart shows the number of problems reported during each of the service years since the debut of the 2007 Suzuki Reno in 2007. The contact stated was driving 65 mph with the cruise control engaged when the vehicle suddenly slipped into neutral but the shifter indicated that the vehicle was still in drive. The failure starts soon after powertrain warranty expiration date. It is very unnerving and unsafe!!! It's 3 bolts to remove, check the Suzuki forum for the write up of how to replace it.
As many others have described, when it happens, the car clunks, and then it feels as if the car won't engage in a gear. If Suzuki can install original parts that would be fine. In about 30 seconds went back to normal. Some people have had to replace their trs over 7 times and Suzuki has yet to issue a recall. Started having problems within two months.