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Have just bought a 2007 Suzuki Swift from a deceased person's estate. It has a remote opener that contains a key inside it. Should there be another key, or do joint owners just separate the remote and key? If there should be a second remote ( as with our other car), where is the best place to get one, and how do we do this? Our town does not have a Suzuki dealership.

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No Dealership? Suzuki is a joint venture with DAEWOO and GM. Try a Chevy dealer. They should be able to help you.

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