Question about 2005 Suzuki Swift 1.5
Is the battery strong enough to cover the need? it is better to ask your electrician or a friend who is well aware about remote controls and fob keys to check it for you and do the necessary work to help.
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
It seems the one button is faulty on the circuit, you may even try to repair the button by yourself
Most of the Suzuki cars comes with Nippon Remote which doesn't have a physical button with lamination on it....
This button should be curved in normal position and flat in ON position but with time it becomes flat in normal position and fail to work...
see the picture here: Nippon Remote Circuit
you can take out the lamination, again make the metal strip curved and put a cello tape on it....thats it...
You may be required to reprogram the remote, if needed
For old Suzuki Cars see this video for remote matching:
For new Suzuki Cars see this video for remote matching:
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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