Question about 2004 Suzuki Verona
I have that problem every so often and what i do when it happens is spray wd-40 on the key and move the key in and out of the ignition. works every time!
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
Hi There, 3 possible things with this problem.
One could be a little spring in the shifter that broke. What it does is it prevents the shifter going over into the park slot. Try holding the shifter to the left and then try to remove the key.
Two the trumblerd in the ign switch is going bad. Preventing the key to turn. The ign switch needs to be replaced or have a lock smith try to installed new trumbles.
Three, have a new key cut and see if it works. When car keys get wore down, they don't pull the trunbles in, some stricks up in the key clyinder and prevents it from turning. Don
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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