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Hello, So I've been having a few issues with my 2012 Suzuki swift revving to high & having issues changing gears. I've been told to factory reset the chip. But I'm not sure how to? Help :) Thanks in advance!

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Probly need a transmission update--go to a independent mechanic who does a data stream using factory gear--its a scan displaying values and can download the lastest info--makesure they hav xperienc in this area and the equipment--a little code reader wont cut it---

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Have you checked to see if this is a wiring problem or maybe a relay problem?

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I can confirm the fault is with the nylon bush lifting in the gear lever housing at the base of the gear lever. The dealer has yet to replace mine, however I have carried out a very temorary repair by fitting a cable tie around the circumference of the housing. lift the gaitor from around the gear lever to access. I have not had a problem since. This car is a driving school car and obviously does a lot of gear changes. If the parts are changed but no modification is carried out I am sure the fault will re occur,however at least I know the fault and can overcome it.

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i would say its wear and tear,you can kill a clutch in a day if your hard on it,,,or it could take 150,000 miles,,suzuki will classify that as a wear and tear item,,they are really tight with that stuff,

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