Question about 2006 Suzuki Forenza
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.
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Posted on Dec 17, 2011
To help figure out what your problem is, get the check engine light scanned to see what code has tripped. Most local auto parts stores will scan your car for free. Most transmissions have several shift control modules and solenoids, and speed sensors that can cause problems. The code should help you narrow down what the problem is.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
Gear shift lever on suziki forenza sticks in drive and D light flickers, holds back and then car moves, does this indicate transmission trouble, or does it mean electrical problem with lever in drive?
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