Question about 1998 Suzuki Swift
the battery is weak ,discharged or bad, change it.
try jumper cable starts.
if that works try a charged battery now. or clean the terminals first.
if jumper cable start fails , then hot wire the starter.
using a jumper wire. (see key line link below)
if that fails the starter is bad.
if that works the key line is dead.
is caR A/T or m/t tranny?
we cant guess that. so.....
if M/T the clutch switch is bad.
if A/T the PRNLD switch is bad, try cranking in NEUTRAL ?
if input to both switches is dead, then igntion start switch is bad.
the method works on all cars , older that about 2007.
newer cars have autostart , remote start and other complex bs.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: When we tried to start
Check the start solenoid, starter side, when you turn the key... The battery side will always be hot, the starter side should be hot when you turn the key.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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