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Inhibitor switch Could you please let me know where i can find the inhibitor switch for my suzuki vitara 1.6 16v automatic, i am having difficulties in starting it Mr Gergiou

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SOURCE: suzuki grand vitara 2.0 TDI

check ignition system, clean fuel system, check all sensors
hope this helps

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Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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SOURCE: Suzuki Grand Vitara Oil Filter Replacement Disaster

Four or six cylinder engine and behind or front of the oil filter? Looked under my GV 2007 2.7 V6 and can not locate a shiny metal box next to the oil filter. Only thing that was shiny was the exhaust manifold and oil sump which are quite hard to break or puncture. If it was the oil sump you will have to remove it and get it welded as a bog will not hold on heated engine parts.

Posted on Nov 02, 2008

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SOURCE: inhibitor switch

eh , Automatic transaxel Range (TR) switch , can also be referred to as the Inhibitor Switch , personally i would call it the neutral safety switch , anyway you can find the "inhibitor" switch on top left side of transaxel , it goes over the shifter shaft coming out of the trans where the shifter cable bolts onto . Looks like a 1/4 of a circle . cheers mate

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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SOURCE: owner's manual for suzuki vitara 1,6 jlx 16v

under dash on righthand drive you will need to get on ground and look under dah nrhs of steering coloum

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Where is the filler cap for the transmission on a

You add A/T transmission fluid at the same place you check it. 
Same place you check the A/T fluid level. You add fluid at the same location.

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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SOURCE: The power light is on on the dash of a suzuki

Time for a new car,

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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My question is mechanical,re grand vitara v6 automatic 2001


the operators guide does tell you, lost it?
here is tracker. easy to find
page 6-44 , bingo 2 screws. did you even look?
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or $4 a day, or down load it.
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pickone.

Jul 14, 2014 | 2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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Non shifting gear at L4x4 on 2003 grand vitara 2.7 automatic


this part time 4WD? option>?
are you on ICE, snow, dirt or pavement.
part time is not for pavement free of ice, you know that?

only AWD works on non iced pavement.
RTM

Jan 03, 2014 | 2003 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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I have a 01 suzuki grand vitara w/automatic transmission it has trouble shifting from 1st to 2nd gear shifts kinda hard. on start up in mornings sometimes will disengages out of gear altogether


A/T tranny's are complex and expensive devices.
I bet , its never been serviced, right?
why not do a full flush with new filter, if the filter (inside) is clogged
only hot ATF flows, easy. and causes low pump pressures.

do not go to Jiphphy lube or Quick lube joints, as they do bad work. (half arsed work)
go to a real shop with real ASE tech that know how to
service (fully) any automatic. (yes, they drop the pan)

Sep 06, 2013 | 2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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At what degree angle would I set my timing mark for Suzuki Vitara 16v engine


old post.
http://www.scantool.net/software/alldata-diy-1-month-subscription.html

the answer is this in USA, are you>?
open hood, look up ,behold the white sticker, and is there.
all suz. have a timing freeze jumper, starting in newer years its a factory only scan tool setting.
on yours, must 1.6L , the liters tell me what engine not valve count.
to set timing, you need a strobe light , got one?
1: hot motor.
2; idle rpm perfect. not too low, or high.
4: timing freeze, enabled.
5: set timing with strobe , using under hood sticker data.

Feb 11, 2013 | 2000 Suzuki Vitara

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DIFFICULTY REMOVING KEY FROM IGNITION FOR PAST FEW MONTHS.


Hi I am Vortash I believe this is an automatic vehicle and you have to put the vehicle into park before the keys are released .. some times the release solenoid sticks due to a worn switch on the gear shift replacement of either the switch or the solenoid ( depending on which is found to be faulty ) cures this problem .. regards vortash

Jul 13, 2009 | 2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara

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No reversing lights on vitara


check your back up light switch for manually tranny.check neutral safety switch for automatic transmission.

Apr 10, 2009 | Suzuki Vitara Cars & Trucks

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Won't start 200 Vitara


No switch on the brake but there is a neutral safety switch that would prevent your car from starting if you are in nuetral if you have an automatic transmission. If you have a manual, there is a cutch safety switch and you have to have the clutch all the way to the floor to trip the switch. Make sure your floor mats are clear of your clutch- I have seen that happen time and time again. Try of engaging the emergency barke instead of pressing the brake pedal and see if that makes a differnce. Let me know how that works for you!
Good luck!!.

Mar 11, 2009 | 1999 Suzuki Vitara

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Starting problem


SOURCE: Kia Technician Times
TITLE: A/T Inhibitor Switch
APPLIES TO: 95-00 Sephia
SERVICE TIP:
CONDITION
Some 1995 thru 2000 Sephia Automatic Transmission equipped vehicles may exhibit the following inhibitor switch concerns: - The vehicle may not start intermittently in park or neutral. - The vehicle TCU may intermittently lose the gear position signal from the inhibitor switch and go into failsafe mode (third gear). If the inhibitor switch signal returns while driving, the TCU will return to normal transmission control. The vehicle will then upshift or downshift abruptly depending on vehicle speed. - The TCU will set a pending OBDII code and then after two key cycles, the MIL light will come on and the O/D light will flash.
CAUSE
Corrosion/dirt on the inhibitor switch connector terminals or internal contacts.
CORRECTIVE ACTION Replace the inhibitor switch with P/N KFW35-21-444 and carefully adjust per procedures in the applicable service manual.
Note: The 1998-2000 Sephia Service Manual has an error on page 42-104 inhibitor switch inspection/adjustment. The connector terminal chart should show terminals 5 and 7 having continuity in neutral. The correct inhibitor switch terminal locations are shown below.

I Hope this Info Corrects Your Problem Please Don't Forget to RATE Me ! Thank you

Feb 09, 2009 | 1999 Kia Sportage

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Need to know wire colours


RADIO 12Vwhite |+ |radio
RADIO GROUND black |- |radio
RADIO SWITCH|white/black |+ |radio RADIO ILLUMINATE|red/yellow |+ |radio LF SPEAKER|brn/blk - brn/wht
RF SPEAKER|orange - org/blu LR SPEAKER|lt grn - lt grn/blk
RR SPEAKER|gray - gry/blk

Dec 26, 2008 | 1999 Suzuki Vitara

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