2004-'06 Suzuki Verona Recalled for Fire Risk | Edmunds

2004-'06 Suzuki Verona Recalled for Fire Risk


Just the Facts:
  • Suzuki Motor of America is recalling 25,899 2004-'06 Suzuki Verona sedans to fix an exterior lighting problem that could cause a vehicle fire.
  • "No melting or fire incidents were identified," said the automaker in a document filed with NHTSA.
  • A date has not been set for the recall.

WASHINGTON — Suzuki Motor of America is recalling 25,899 2004-'06 Suzuki Verona sedans to fix an exterior lighting problem that could cause a vehicle fire, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

"In the affected vehicles, there may be heat generated within the DRL (daytime running lights) module located in the instrument panel, which could melt the DRL module," said NHTSA in its summary of the problem. "If the DRL module melts due to heat generation, it could cause a vehicle fire."

The affected vehicles were built from June 2003 to October 2005.

"No melting or fire incidents were identified," said the automaker in a document filed with NHTSA.

A date has not been set for the recall.

Suzuki dealers will replace the DRL module. Owners can contact Suzuki customer service at 1-800-934-0934.

Edmunds says: If you own one of these cars, it's best to call Suzuki customer service for next steps and help in locating a dealer.

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