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Where is the ignition fuse for a 2005 suzuki verona

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    yadayada Feb 24, 2012

    There are lots of fuses in this car, not sure any are called the ignition fuse.

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In the engine junction fuse box #3. It is a 15 amp fuse

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It seems that the springs in the ignition key receiver are getting loose. If not replaced sometimes the key will not come out at all, to make matters worse. This replacement will most likely be done by a machanic or dealer. The key always sticks at a akward place. Take it from me - Please replace

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How do i shift out of park with shift lock on 2005 suzuki verona?


Other Suzuki's (older/different models) have a small panel on the driver's side of the console next to the shifter. It is normally held on by a small Philips screw. Remove it to access a lever with your finger. to release the brake shift lock safety interlock.

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