Question about 2005 Suzuki Forenza
Very easy fix....sensor is located on transmission on right side of engine bay, a bit under the radiator hose. Remove one end of the radiator hose (the higher end preferably) fold back to keep the fluid from draining completely out. You will lose a bit of fluid, but you will not drain the radiator. Locate the retaining bolt connecting the shift linkage to the sensor and remove (it is in the front of the metal shaft protruding from the sensor), remove the two 10mm bolts holding the sensor to the transmission and pry off the sensor. Installation is the opposite, just be sure that the teeth line up or the sensor will be reading the wrong gear. Very easy fix, I tried doing it without removing one end of the radiator hose before giving in and doing so.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks. Actually had it fixed by the Suzuki mechanic on his break. He strapped thin rope to the hose & pulled it to right. Kept work area clear :)"
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