My SUV the powersteering pump was going out. When the pump finally went we lost the belt. But was able to get a frinds out without anything else going wrong. We left it parked there for over a month. When we went to go get it we brought another battery to put in it. We drove it home without a belt & we were able to get it home with no problems. then we put the old battery back in it & put the charger on it. when my husband went to start it it wouldn't start & the dash started saying the all wheel drive was not engaged & the stablizer need to be serviced & it won't start.

Asked by Feb 22, 2018 at 03:56 PM about the 2008 Suzuki XL-7

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

3 Answers

13,790

Put a new battery in.

86,495

Really???

1,980

I'd fix the power steering pump first then get a new belt , and then get a new battery

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