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2005 Suzuki Forenza Sedan w/ automatic trans

The key is stuck in the ignition switch and won't come out. Also on the console beside the gear lever is what appears to be a switch marked "HOLD" what does this do?

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I have had the same problem, Push the shift lever to the right gently and listen for a click. then turn your key and hope it is still under warranty

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

I don't know abou the ignition switch, but the hold button is to keep the transmission from shifting back and forth between gears when traversing a hilly terrain.

Posted on Jul 24, 2008

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IF YOU WIGGLE OR MOVE THE STEERING WHEEL BACK AND FORTH THIS SOMETIMES HELPS THE KEY TO COME OUT. I HOPE THIS HELPS

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2006 Forenza goes into every gear but won't move?


is car a stick shift or auto.
must be and automatic trans
so do all shifted selections fail. on the gear shift lever.
lever does work right? moves.?
and PRNDL.
Reverse fail too?
and Drive
and Low.
get car serviced. or if handy....???
check levels, fuses and scan it.

yet another poster that never heard of or seen a stick shifted car.
gee, is it auto or stick
in both cases the cable most move at both ends.
and move correctly, or it will never shift.
have friend shift and you watch at the lever on side of the transaxle,
yes, that be like first and logical, right>

its just a cable shifter. its FWD as most are.


I wont say sounds like, as Im blind here and cant see car, drive it ,feel it or anything.
why ask the blind for help.?????
if it died moving, seems to me the cable didnt fall off and the trans shift to neutral, but?
but your post lack any facts. but died.

if car is AT (auto) check levels? for trans.
check linkage, yet.
check fuses, if it wont shift to 2nd,
if manual same checks, level and linkage works.
only the Fluid is different and the stick shift has a foot clutch and it can go bad too.
a stick shift clutch can fail and slip 100%
so , we can not guess what car you are driving
and asking for help when even you dont know that.
is over the top.

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My 2005 Suzuki Fore za will not go into gear. starts and sounds fine. won't let me put it in gear.


if this is a standard trans. the clutch slave cyl. may be at fault. if this is a standard trans. the shift interlock may be at fault. this can be bypassed by using a key located left of your shifter stick in console models.or loosen the console and manually disconnect the device.

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Shifter loose like a spring is gone have to hold to left to work it properly 2007 suzuki forenza


get to the top of the gear box and you will find 4 bolts that hold the turret to the top of the box take it off and the gear lever comes with it . In the gear box there will be a slot across all the selector rails that is neutral for the gear lever. At one end of the slot you will see a plunger that is spring loaded This prevents inadvertent selection of reverse and it pushes the gear lever to the central position. check that spring operation

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How can I remove my ignition key from my 2005 Suzuki Forenza?


2014 showing as 2016, unanswered,
the cure, answer it and its gone

Page 2-12 in your operators guide states;

"LOCK:
This position locks your steering wheel,
ignition, automatic transmission shift lever
and automatic transmission. This is the
only position from which you can remove
the key. For easier key operation when
unlocking the steering wheel, move the
steering wheel back and forth while turning
the key to the ACC position."


this means if car has wheels (tires) againsta curb or large rock
that means, wiggle the steering wheel and turn the key to lock
then it can do that.
in some cases it can be near impossible
like in San Fransisco, on a very very very steep hill.
the manual tells you set the hand brake first.
or you many not get the transmission out of park or steering lock failure. do to these forces at bay.

next time tell poster where your tires are.
we cant guess, that. and MATTERS.

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When you say it is broken do you mean it won't move into certain gears?

In past couple days our '04 Echo shifting lever won't go into Park or 2 or Lo gear. And we couldn't take the key out of the ignition. My husband took to center console cover off and when he loosened the bolt under the lever we were able to get it into park and get the key out. But still cannot get into the lower gears. Will probably be taking it to a transmission shop before making major decision.

If your's is an automatic trans, and it is locked in park, there is a small opening on the right/front side of the shifter, pop the top and press the white button, it releases the lever.

Good Luck!

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2006 suzuki forenza. automatic transmission. Check engine light came on. transmission would not shift out of 4th gear. on a hill or level surface only in high gear. could it be the module on the...


Was your issue the range selector switch (a.k.a. range sensor, prindle switch, park/neutral safety switch). Part # 37720-86z01?

It is located on the outside of the transmission on the front side (not between the transmission and the firewall). You can open the hood and put an eye on it.

Be VERY sure to alignment it properly AND to clear the code.

If this helps, please say so!

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My car gives a **** when I shift gears and it takes a while to accelerate after the ****... It is an automatic and its a 2007 model.. please help!!


Sounds like an electrical problem. It does have a 100K warranty on the trans. Take it to the dealer to be sure. I see alot of trans range sensors go bad on those models.

Jun 18, 2009 | 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan

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"Hold" Button on console beside gear shift - what's it's purpose - we don't know!


Owner's Manual says "You can select this mode to drive with some characteristics of a manual transmission. With the HOLD mode turned on, the automatic transmission will stay in a specific gear range.

Press the HOLD button on the shift lever to turn on the HOLD mode.

While on, the HOLD indicator light on the instrument panel will light up..."

The button is on the console, next to the shift lever, and the HOLD indicator light is in the lower left hand corner of the instrument panel

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Key gets stuck in ignition


My daughter drives a Suzuki, my solution to her is: while the gear shift lever is in park, lightly put pressure on the gear shift lever, through the park position and while pressing the gear shift towards park light rock left to right while trying to remove the key.

The interlock between the transmission and the ignition switch needs to be adjusted/ repaired or replaced.

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