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More than 19,000 2010-2013 model year Suzuki Kizashi vehicles have been recalled for potential blockage of a evaporative canister vent by spider webs. Suzuki dealers can inspect and replace any affected part free of charge.
Announced in May 2014, 184,244 2004-'08 Suzuki Forenza sedans and 2005-'08 Suzuki Reno hatchbacks have been recalled by Suzuki because of a risk of a possible fire breaking out. (Suzuki Motor of America, Inc.)
The NHTSA announced a recall of 2,830 2007 Suzuki XL7s over a need to fix a fuel leak that could result in a fire.
Suzuki, like other automakers, wants to keep you safe by announcing recalls whenever they believe a part needs to be fixed or replaced that would impact safety. For example, fuel systems, engine components, brakes, airbags, transmission, ignition, and other parts large and small. Keep yourself and your family safe by searching by VIN number to see if your Suzuki has an open recall or had one that was fixed and the service reported in your vehicle’s history.Use the form at the top of this page to check by VIN--your car's own unique identifier.
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