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Thread: Suzuki Swift 2010 Steering Problem

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    Default Suzuki Swift 2010 Steering Problem

    Hello members, I have a Suzuki Swift 2010.Its 21000 km driven.From a few days Im noticing hardness in the steering wheel.It takes a lot of force to steer as in a non power steering vehicle.Kindly help me.Im looking forward for pro suggestions.

    Also I have checked the tire air pressure and its fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HammadOne View Post
    Hello members, I have a Suzuki Swift 2010.Its 21000 km driven.From a few days Im noticing hardness in the steering wheel.It takes a lot of force to steer as in a non power steering vehicle.Kindly help me.Im looking forward for pro suggestions.

    Also I have checked the tire air pressure and its fine.
    have you checked power steering fluid?? http://www.ehow.com/how_2312843_corr...-problem-.html this might help you
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wwh_nM4wtrg ..... check this video and drive safe..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ejazmarri View Post
    have you checked power steering fluid?? How to Correct a Hard Steering Problem | eHow.com this might help you
    Swift has electronic power steering. It doesnt have that oil motor power steering !!

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    Get your car's power steering and tyres sensors checked by any expert electriction or from Suzuki

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hertzberg View Post
    Swift has electronic power steering. It doesnt have that oil motor power steering !!
    Oh my mistake! BTW which one is better? oil or electric
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wwh_nM4wtrg ..... check this video and drive safe..

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    maybe the belt is broken ? there are some lines which take air to it maybe they are broken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ejazmarri View Post
    Oh my mistake! BTW which one is better? oil or electric
    oil.. electric motor wears out not that quick though
    "I have never won a debate with an ignorant person" Hazrat Ali (RA)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ejazmarri View Post
    Oh my mistake! BTW which one is better? oil or electric
    I'd prefer electric one
    No maintanence required.

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    Do you see any 'EPS' light on the dash when engine is running?

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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    Do you see any 'EPS' light on the dash when engine is running?
    No there is no EPS light on the panel.While the engine is running only the seatbelt icon blinks.

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    Do you maintain your car's tires air pressure?

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    check air in tires
    and i guess car is still in warranty period,so what ever it is,instead of fiddling around,go to suzuki and get it fixed!
    REAL men drive manual cars!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cracked View Post
    check air in tires
    and i guess car is still in warranty period,so what ever it is,instead of fiddling around,go to suzuki and get it fixed!
    +1

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    Go to a suzuki authorised and get the scan done by OBD(on board diagmostics) and if there is any issue it will show up.

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    any feedbback or progress here?
    sent from my HD2 without using the handset itself!!

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