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Shifting crazy range sensor is on order and this model has a ton of complaints on range sensor. The worst case is TCM bad for no pinpoint answer? also, can milex instead of Kia reprogram? no more Suzuki.

Vehicle: 2007 Suzuki Forenza

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P0705 Transmission range sensor circuit malfunction (PRNDL input)

If the TCM is replaced , the transmission will not shift properly, the TCM will need to be initialized The TCM compensate for transmission wear, It will shift with the previous shifting MAP and not work properly with the vehicle it is installed into. unless it is initialized with a factory level scan tool.
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P0705 SUZUKI Code - Transmission Range Sensor Out of Self Test Range

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