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Friends I need to find a (TR Sensor or switch a-park&Neutro) for Suzuki Forenza, I am trying to find where I can buy it, I am in Latin America and here I Can find I you Know some store where I can make wholesale please let me know !! Thank you!!

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Try oemsuzukiparts.com, they are located in Texas, on the website, on the mechanical parts section, type in transmission range selector (or neutral safety switch) part is about $35 US.

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I am not sure if you still need answer for your question, while visit at miparts.com if possible. A good source to wholesale car parts at original price and OEM quality.

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Like autopartswarehouse.com, autopartoo.com.
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