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2006 suzuki forenza tps tool

Can't find the tool to take off the tps on my 2006 forenza. It is shaped just like a star and also has a pin in the middle of it. I bought a set of torx's bits with the hole in it but is not the right shape. I also called the suzuki dealership but they said they didn't sell one. Do you have any ideas where to get this tool? Thanks!

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Go to a good auto parts store that has a tool catalog and look there or find a mobile tool dealer like Snap-on. Harbor freight catalogs also have them

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The TPS (throttle position sensor) for a 2006 Suzuki Forenza is not serviceable by itself. It is made onto the throttle body. Part # for the throttle body is 13400-85z21 and is about $450. The only other option is chancing a throttle body from a junk yard. However, you may run into the same issue.

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Contact a Snap-on tool dealer or a Mac tool dealer

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