Question about 2009 Suzuki Grand Vitara
Don't have 2 fobs?
it cam with 2,
and the battery must be good.(for buttons to work on fob)
never run any car with only 1 fob or one key.
or get locked out.
are you saying the metal cut key end (pure mechanical ) failed?
my car has a real key with a a transponder inside .
it can open 2 ways, the keyfob buttons, (takes a good battery)
and the key metal end.
get a spare fob and program it.
now you have 2 like you should.
Posted on Feb 07, 2014
Testimonial: "I have two key fobs and keys.The engine was running with one fob inside.The other spares would not work with the engine on and the doors locked. This has happened twice. Once broken into and the engine off both key and other fob worked."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 suzuki grand vitara
G8D711S is not alarm system. This is Daytime Running Light module. You can pull out the connector, your front lights won't work when an engine start.
My GV 2002 has a Autostart AS1203 alarm system. There is a description on Internet.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
The inner trim panel is simply (?) held on with plastic push clips and a couple of screws (I think). The screws are on the lower edge from memory but have a good look around the whole trim before continuing. If all screws are removed, then all you have to do is pull the trim off. I usually get a screwdriver wrapped in a bit of cloth to help pop the first one, then you can get your fingers underneath for the rest. Start from the centre of one of the lower corners/curves.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
If that pull the fuse test does the same thing again, then you have a lock button that is stuck down or shorted. It's as if somebody is holding the button down constantly. Thats why it locks when you put the fuse in, then gets ignored when the signal doesnt go away.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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