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What caused Kizashi limp mode?

Asked by Brett Lynn

A month after my 2010 Suzuki Kizashi was serviced it went into limp mode and displayed a speed output sensor error code. A dealer cleared the error code, but the same thing happened on the return journey and the sensor was then replaced. It has since done 32,000km without incident except for a broken fan belt. Would you know what could trigger this?

Answered by CarsGuide

22 Jan 2016 Graham Smith

It would seem that a faulty sensor caused it, and the problem has been fixed by replacing it.

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