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What fuse do I check for the gear shift selection?

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I have a Suzuki Jimny automatic 2007. It has 3 buttons to select gear type. None of these are now working.


Start by looking at the fuse box... check all the fuses. Next possibility is a relay.

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is car a stick shift or auto.
must be and automatic trans
so do all shifted selections fail. on the gear shift lever.
lever does work right? moves.?
and PRNDL.
Reverse fail too?
and Drive
and Low.
get car serviced. or if handy....???
check levels, fuses and scan it.

yet another poster that never heard of or seen a stick shifted car.
gee, is it auto or stick
in both cases the cable most move at both ends.
and move correctly, or it will never shift.
have friend shift and you watch at the lever on side of the transaxle,
yes, that be like first and logical, right>

its just a cable shifter. its FWD as most are.


I wont say sounds like, as Im blind here and cant see car, drive it ,feel it or anything.
why ask the blind for help.?????
if it died moving, seems to me the cable didnt fall off and the trans shift to neutral, but?
but your post lack any facts. but died.

if car is AT (auto) check levels? for trans.
check linkage, yet.
check fuses, if it wont shift to 2nd,
if manual same checks, level and linkage works.
only the Fluid is different and the stick shift has a foot clutch and it can go bad too.
a stick shift clutch can fail and slip 100%
so , we can not guess what car you are driving
and asking for help when even you dont know that.
is over the top.

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Why won't it engage any forward or reverse gears?


auto or stick trans, we find out its an AUTOmatic.
this trans is most likely a pure hydramatic.
and no TCM tranny brains then.



check levels next. (by the book dont guess)
check the shift cable, for proper movement. in all gears.
"selections, they are no gears" the automatic shifts via clutch packs not gears. like stick does.
move the shift lever and be sure the transmission end of the cable moves 1 for 1 same; that is moves to all transmission shift positions. (at trans itself)
if not the cable is bad or came loose.
inspections are first never transmission swaps, blind (on a whim);
the FSM book covers all this."chapter, on car service" all cars made have this chapter.. an amazing fact.
next, is get a new filter in the trans.
if clogged, the pump can not suck AFT. (shunted input)
so line pressure drops, and it cant shift.
no need to do the stall tests as it fails 100%
next is line pressure, tests. if that fails,
it needs a rebuilt trans.
but dont take my word , read the book.
or ask your tech to do the tests, he knows, how...

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Check in your fuse panel. The top first row and the first fuse. I took that fuse out and had the same problem. My gear shift button was stuck. I put the fuse back in and it worked.

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Shift gear stuck wont move front PARK . to DRIVE CANNOT START CAR


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