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"You're right, it doesn't seem like a surge. Could be a loose connection, or a faulty relay or any number of things. Calling smart direct is always an option. Even if they haven't heard of the issue, they would be…"
There could be some credence to the theory of a surge causing the lights to fail. Authorized smart centers are in the best position to address these types of concerns since they have the proper diagnostic tools and equipment necessary to…"
As jwight suggested, a loose gas cap is a good place to start. If your still having trouble with your vehicle, the operator's manual suggests taking the trip to an authorized smart center for a proper evaluation. "
I have a Smart for Two 2009, I had a similar problem to the one I am about to describe about 6 months ago. The car sounded like I had a flat. I did not. A few days before I got air in the tires and somehow dropped the air valve top for the…"
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I have a Smart for Two 2009, I had a similar problem to the one I am about to describe about 6 months ago. The car sounded like I had a flat. I did not. A few days before I got air in the tires and somehow dropped the air valve top for the tires into the rim and did not know this until I got the tires looked at. They found the cap. No air has been put in nor the tires checked since then and the car is now making the same sound it made when the cap was stuck in the rim. This time I have a small wrench icon on my dash board. I do not know alot about cars and sadly the owners manual does not say much about the wrench icon besides something is wrong. I have been told that I need to take the car to a dealership to have all work done on it and so far that is where I have gone and I have not had any trouble with the car since I bought it about two years ago.
Does anyone have any idea what this problem could be. Also, do I have to take the car to the dealership to have it looked at. They want almost 200.00 just to look at it and I am not make out of money.
Any suggestions or ideas would be greatly appreciated.