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Shifting to reverse in my car

Tried to shift from to reverse but the shifter won't move.

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  • ae1123 Dec 30, 2008

    i have an '04 suzuki verona. LOVE the car, but recently i haven't been able to get my car out of park. everyone tells me that its a faulty break switch.

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Push the shifter straight down then move it up towards reverse

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