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Nice double post. read the last one, its was answered 100%
for all cases.
its not AWD is it?

you changed years from 05 to 10, so is it a 10?
and is it AWD.
got this knob?

http://www.fixkick.com/tranny/xfr-case/4wd%20windup/suzuki-grand-vitara-4mode-4wd-selector-switch.jpg

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