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I have a 2007 suzuka forenza and it move very slow when i put it in drive

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Joking: step on the gas pedal?

elaborate please.
q1: does it have full power up hills, wide open throttle.
q2: ever tune it up do the 60k service, yet?

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Check your trans fluid and trans relays under hood

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SOURCE: suzuki 2007 forenza drive cycle

In addition to redline's answer, you should drive the car in both highway and city type traffic for that 50-100 miles. The engine needs to be at normal operating temp during the drive and it can be done in stages or all in one trip.

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