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Hi. How do I reconnect the speedometer cable in my 2008 Suzuki swift

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SOURCE: I have purchased a suzuki swift 2008 1240cc but do

buy from dealer.

Posted on Mar 27, 2010

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SOURCE: If I use the shift lock release to much will I

No you will not damage your car. Repair usually involves replacing or adjusting the brake light switch, neutral safety switch, fuse, or shift lock solenoid.

However, people have broken the release button by overuse.

Posted on Nov 04, 2010

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Colin Stickland

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SOURCE: hi, on a 2008 suzuki

if this vehicle has ABS then this could be your problem but i would need to see it and try it know the exact problem so ask a local mechanic to have a test drive and see what they come up with

Posted on May 02, 2011

Anonymous

SOURCE: will the drivers side door from a 1990 suzuki swift fit and work on a 1991 suzuki swift

Yes it will!

Posted on Sep 28, 2012

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SOURCE: I have Suzuki swift 2008. Is it possible to

You can purchase cigarette lighter adapter to USB

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what country>?????? 1.3 gas or diesel?
so what is the question
what is the procedures, (its in the FSM and at alldata.com read it)
or who can
or how makes the best joints.
or do i need special tools
or or or..???
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suzuki_Swift

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