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Cancel a service light On my way! Suzuki grand vitari
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll have two dip sticks under your hood on the engine. One will be for oil the other for tansmission fluid. You can tell you have the transmission because the fluid is a bright redish color where as the oil should be clearish or black, Denpending on your last oil change. The dip sticks are usually on opisit sides or the engine from eachother but could be on the same side. To check your transmission fluid then you need the emergency brake on and the car in neutral and the motor running. On the dip stick there is notches or tiny lines telling you how much is in it. Here;s a very important point to remember. Transmissipon fluid is checked and measured by pints unlike the oil dip stick which is in quarts. So the marks on the dip stick for the tranny will be one pint per mark. To add transmission fluid they sell a skinny long tube funnel that goes directly into the stem that holds the dip stick. You must shut the engine off to add the fluid and restart it in neutral to recheck it. I hope I have been of some service to you and please be kind with your thumbs up for me. good Luck, Raz
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanx Raz. I forgot that tranny fluid was measured in pints & that levels had 2 b checked w/ the engine run'g. RJ Sauve, Cameron, NC"
SOURCE: I have 1300000 miles on
1,300,000 miles? WOW :)
Most of the problems I see with these are A/C related. Other than routine service (brakes, tires, tune-ups, etc) you really don't see a lot of issues with them.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
The fuse box is located low to the left of the steering wheel - drivers side.
In the engine room at the left side near to the window you will also find a box containing fuses.
Posted on Dec 05, 2011
Try stepping on the brake when shifting from park to a running gear. There is a built in safety feature that only allows you to shift out of park when the brake is depressed.
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
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