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Re: check engine light @ 120,000
Your check engine light comes on then because Suzuki suggest that you have the vehicle "checked out" by a factory authorized Suzuki mechanic. The light usually comes on at 60,000;110,000; and 170,000 miles. If you've checked your oil, changed your lubes, checked the sparkplugs, radiator, air filter, and that kind of stuff, then you can save alot of money over taking it in. I never have taken my Zuk in and shes purring like a cat last time I checked. Anyway, to turn the check engine light off by yourself, put your hands under the dash and follow the steering wheel column up until you feel a switch(little metal flat block that you push up and down). Push it up then back down and the light will turn off. Good luck & happy Zukin'.
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