Question about 2003 Suzuki Aerio
Sometimes the trans. will go into O.D. and ay other times it remains in third gear. this problem seems to increase when the car is cold, however it will also happen at times went its had ample time to warm up. There is no slipage of trans while shifting or any other time. The only work preformed on the car recently is I have replaced both CV axles.
You have two temperature lights that come on when you start the car, one red and one blue. After the car is started the red light goes out and the blue one stays on. According to the manual, (and from my personal experience with my '03 SX), the car needs to warm up to a proper operational temperature. This temperature is reached once the blue temperature light turns off, (or within seconds afterwards). If you don't allow your car to warm up you will notice hard or long shifting, rough idle, and poor engine performance. Never drive your car if the light displays a constant red temperature light.
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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