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I have a 2006 Suzuki Forenza that is stuck in park. I can get it out of park to reverse but it takes awhile. No one can say whats wrong with it but so far it could be the stop light switch, reverse solenoid or shift lock needs to be replaced. Has anyone else had this problem that had help?

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Most common reason is that your ignition switch is too fussy. Spray some WD-40 on the key and then insert it and turn it on. Repeat a few times if necessary. J.

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My care is stuck in park as well. I'm actually taking it in to the dealership for the tired time to get it fixed. The shifted will work great for a week or two and then it's stuck in park all over again!! Good luck!

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Why cant i get 2006 suzuki forenza out of park?, i have to use a key to press in a slot by console

That is, park lock feature failure.
the FSM (factory service manaul covers this and the tests)
answer?, because that is the emergancy bypass feature. is why.
imagine stranded ? and the silly park lockout fails. bingo,.
on newer cars , it's no longer there. that bypass.
be happy it is there, you are so lucky.

the park lockout, keeps, suzy soccer mom from driving over kids/pets.etc..
that's it's purpose. starting any car in gear.
so get it fixed. or DIY
for DIY

or the $4 per day pass on the factory FSM.

the features uses the brake pedal switch , foot on brake
and park or neutral selected. (PRNDL switch) to allow the
starter motor to spin and start then engine.
all cars with A/T have form long ago to now.

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