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I have a 2006 Suzuki XL-7 with a little less than 50K miles. Tonight,I started the car, and the 2 wheel / 4wheel indicator was flashing; I could not get the unit out of 4 wheel drive, shut off the transmission "power" option, the battery light, ABS kight, Brake light and about everything else was on in the dash. I couldn't use my headlights because the car thought the brake was on. When I put the vehicle in drive, it LEAPED forward. The engine was revving very high. I couldn't drive it so I had it towed home. Is this an electrical problem? Do I just change the battery? What are your suggestions?

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Have this car towed directly to the dealer,must be under warranty,DO NOT DRIVE THE CAR, call the dealer explain what happened and tell him the car is un-safe to drive. you could hurt yourself or some other person. DO NOT TAKE CHANCES. hope this helps Ray if you need more help get back to me

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Hi,

If its still under manufacturer warranty, have it looked at right away.

Otherwise, before you do anything, you need to access your vehicle's computer for any diagnostic trouble codes (your computer retains all data relating to electrical & sensor faults).

If you are technically inclined, I can show you how...but you will need to locate either of these data connectors:

OBDII connector - under dash, above driver or passenger knee

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Data connector # 30 - located in the fuse box under hood, near the strut tower.

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Let me know if you wish to progress further...

Scott

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