Suzuki Gear Linkage Cables1556

Suzuki Gear Linkage Cable

Replace the old and worn out Gear Cable with Genuine Suzuki Products. This is an original replacement part that is created from top quality materials to ensure safety and maximum performance of your vehicle.

Features and Benefits:

  • Manual transmissions have two shift levers — one for vertical movement and one for horizontal movement of the shifter assembly on the transmission.
  • The horizontal lever is pushed or pulled by one cable, moving along a single plane with three positions. The second, or vertical lever typically moves the shifter assembly on the transmission up and down.
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  • Part description.: Gear Cable
  • Condition: Used
  • Fitment Type: Direct Replacement
  • Quantity Sold.: Sold Individually
  • Product Fit: Suzuki Swift (2009-2014); SX4 (2009-2014) 

 8,700.00 Inc VAT

  • USD: 20.98$

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When you select genuine products, you can rely on the high quality and effectiveness of the product without having to guess if it will work with your vehicle. Protecting your investment is important and choosing the right parts can be challenging. So don’t waste another minute searching for a replacement that might work; stick with what you know and get the same parts and accessories the dealership uses.

A number of current and late model vehicles use cables to link the shifter handle to the transmission. Vehicles with automatic transmission typically have one transmission cable, while vehicles equipped with manual transmissions typically have two shifter cables. The concept of what the shifter cable does is the same regardless of the type of transmission your vehicle is equipped with – the symptoms, on the other hand, are completely different.


Weight1 kg


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