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way to vague-if its a manual trans the trans has wear-if its an auto check fluid level/then color/smell of fluid-usually internal though-try an aamco if you have 1 nearby-they probably will test drive it for free & tell you alot better
Do you have the electric shift 4wd? If so, start by checking if there is power to the actuator on the transfer case.
ok you hear a noise in the dash and a noise under the truck. there will
be two noises under the truck one puts the transfer case into gear the
other locks the fromt axle. raise rear axle let truck idle in 4x4 look
under truck is front shaft moveing if yes the 4x4
motor on the front axle is not working remove dissasemble clean lube
reinstall. if the shaft does not turn do this same procedure on the
elec motor on trans case..good luck you can replace your oil pump it may help vehicle
Looking at the motor from the front, it is behind carb and to the right of the distributor. It has 3 wires on it.
Hope this is not your first, if it is you picked a tough one to learn on. Here goes:1 disconnect negative battery cable 2 Raise and support the car, a lift is the best tool for the job here, but you can do this on jackstands, they just need to be tall ones at least 2 feet of clearance under the car. 3 Install engine holding fixture, this supports the back of the engine when you remove the crossmember and trans.4 remove left front wheel, seperate ball joint remove drive axle retaining nut then remove drive axle from transaxle by prying at joint closest to transaxle. Do not pull on the outer joint or you will pull the inner joint apart. 5 place transmission jack under transaxle pan. 6 remove bolts from crossmember then remove the crossmember 7 remove inspection cover then remove three torque converter bolts 8 remove transmission cooling lines from fittings on transmission 9 remove shift cable 10 unplug 4 wire plug from front side of transmission 11 remove 6 bolts from bell housing 12 remove speedometer cable 13 remove three bolts from around right hand drive axle, then pry axle loose from transmission. You do not need to remove axle from car, just let it hang.14 pull transmission away from engine far enough to disengage the alignment dowels and finish pulling right hand drive axle from transmission housing then lower the transmission to the floor 15 pull transmission from under vehicle.
Whoa now, make sure you are adding the correct kind of fluid. Suzuki uses expensive silica based fluid meant for import cars. At the dealer they charge 18.00 a quart. If you mix the wrong fluid in it, you'll ruin your tranny. It has a 100k 7 year warranty on it, and requires no service for the duration. But adding the wrong fluid could void your warranty.
is check engine light on, if etac sees trans problem wiil put trans into limp home mode and go into 2nd gear,sometimes when trans cold may work ok,will have to get trans computer scanned to see if input and output speed sensors are ok