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Yes, it's something to worry about. Increased noise is often from cracked or rotten exhaust components. One important function of the exhaust system is to duct exhaust, which is not good for you, to the rear of the car so you don't breathe it. If the exhaust system isn't sound you'll get increased noise and you and your passengers could be breathing in toxic ...


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The noise could be almost anything but the most concerning thing to me is the oil usage. It sounds like you have a problem which may or may not be related to the noise. Get it checked by a mechanic.


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A wobble could be caused by many things independent of the engine light: Unbalanced, loose or flat tire A suspension problem like a bad shock, worn bushing, or cracked component Loose engine or transmission mounts That is just some of the most common causes. The engine light being on could be significant as it points to the engine not firing on all ...


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get your car ac expansion-valve checked by a qualified mechanic. if you had never seen that earlier in your car, get it checked for proper refrigerant pressure at both high and low sides.


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That is totally normal. It's the AC line from the orifice valve to the evaporator (inside the cabin) which is supposed to be cold. It's common for these to frost up in humid conditions.


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As you've spotted, you have factory fitted mounting points on the car. There's a number of different versions of these (I'm not familiar with Suzukis to know which they have), but most suppliers of roof bars will supply most versions. Usually roof bars are sold in three parts - the bars themselves, the feet, and the fitting kit - the latter is the bit that'...


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