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(Reuters)   Oh what a tangled web we weave ... in Suzuki sedans   (reuters.com) divider line 11
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2014-08-28 08:48:55 AM  
That's terrible overpriced granola. Don't buy it.
 
2014-08-28 09:33:16 AM  
The spiders are trying to set us on fire yo.
 
2014-08-28 10:47:05 AM  
Oh, what a tangled web we weave,
When first we drive a Suzuki!
 
2014-08-28 11:53:41 AM  
max2.leftlanenews.com

Do not taunt Gasoline Spider!
 
2014-08-28 03:38:30 PM  
I would think finding parts and things like oil filters along with the resale value being about $18 would be more of a concern than spiders.
 
2014-08-28 03:50:06 PM  
Fark is many things, fast is not one of them. I heard this story on the radio about 24 hours ago, in the middle of nowhere.
 
2014-08-28 03:55:33 PM  
The Kizashi was the first car Suzuki sold that wasn't a laugh riot. Too little too late, it would seem.
 
2014-08-28 03:59:41 PM  
Spider's nests in vent lines is actually a very common thing, most of the time they don't choke the vent completely closed but they create enough of an obstruction to set an evap code, or cause a pressure back-up while filling the tank so that the nozzle clicks off a million g*ddamn times.

What I find really puzzling is that Suzuki apparently doesn't use vacuum-relief gas caps like every other carmaker on the planet does to address this type of malfunction...
 
2014-08-28 04:15:49 PM  
cl.jroo.me

Go ahead. Get in.
 
2014-08-29 12:35:41 AM  
CSB time....

I had a '89 Suzuki Samurai in high school. The day I was supposed to start my senior trip, the alternator on my car gave out.  My car literally coasted into my parking spot before the battery died.

I miss that car.

/End CSB
 
2014-08-29 10:30:43 AM  
The real biatch is getting your car to one of their "authorized providers"  Where you bought that Suzuki is most likely closed and the next closest authorized provider might be an hour drive and require you to take a day off work.   And this isn't the Mercedes dealer - don't expect a free loaner.
 
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