Question about 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan
Have purchased a 2007 Forenza 4-doorsedan and it did not have a owner'smanual
Owner's Manual says "You can select this mode to drive with some characteristics of a manual transmission. With the HOLD mode turned on, the automatic transmission will stay in a specific gear range.
Press the HOLD button on the shift lever to turn on the HOLD mode.
While on, the HOLD indicator light on the instrument panel will light up..."
The button is on the console, next to the shift lever, and the HOLD indicator light is in the lower left hand corner of the instrument panel
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
Why not buy the manual and not ask folks for help at ever conundrum..?
$4 to read or DL
more for paper,
the real deal here, not a clone or hacked up ,store rag version.
Posted on May 29, 2016
If it turns on by its self it could be that the TCM is trying to safe guard the transmission. Maybe because it thinks it is overheating. In HOLD mode the shifts are commanded very early and the lock up torque converter is engaged the whole time in 4th gear. This is done to help keep temps down. So if your transmission starts to shift funny when the light turns on by its self, then you might want to seek professional help to see if the TCM thinks the trans is overheating.
If the light turns on and there is no shifting at all and it seems to be taking off very sluggish or taking off in a higher gear then the transmission is in fail-safe mode and now there is a code stored inside the TCM.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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