Question about 2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara
There is a TSB on this where a few parts are replaced and lubricated in the steering column/ignition switch. I fixed my own by simply lubricating it. The parts aren't really necessary. I found teh TSB online and it gave me enough info to take things apart and luve as needed.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
Hi I am Vortash I believe this is an automatic vehicle and you have to put the vehicle into park before the keys are released .. some times the release solenoid sticks due to a worn switch on the gear shift replacement of either the switch or the solenoid ( depending on which is found to be faulty ) cures this problem .. regards vortash
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