Question about Suzuki Swift
Does my 2008 suzuki swift has a transmission dip stick?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Suzuki swift Headlight problem
Have you checked to see if this is a wiring problem or maybe a relay problem?
Recently my lights would work on side lights and not anything else and this was down to dodgy wiring and needed a new relay unit.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
It has to be checked by the service center by raising the
vehicle and removing the bolts as in replacing the transmission fluid.
This was on the 97-99's. They have gone back to dipsticks but
unfortunately we are stuck with the service center.
YES you can do it!! Be careful not to overfill but do as follows to check the fluid. As you don't have an ATF dipstick, you will have two plugs facing down on the trans pan. The plug higher up on the pan is the fill/level check (stamped/recessed into the rear right corner of pan). ATF should just drip from this plug on a hot, idling truck, in neutral on a flat surface. The lower one is the drain. The one at the back of the pan in a recess is the filler. You need a squirt pump or something like one to fill it with the engine running.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
there is no dip stic on the forenza no need to go to the dealer and pay for it simply jack the entire car off the ground enough to get yourself under it make sure u support it with appropriate stands. you can check the fluid by removing the plug from the side of the trans u will need a special tool for this u can get from an auto parts store after removing the plug check to make sure the fluid is right to the brim of the plug hole then turn the car on and shift through the gears R,D,1,2,4 and then back again hold in each gear for about 5 sec then turn the car off crawl back under and check again . if low add a little at a time until its filled u can get a small hand pump with a tube on it from auto store u put this in a quart of trans fluid makes the job alot easier . as for the other problem it is you Trans range sensor $65 dollars from the dealer or $45 from OEMsuzukiparts.com not very hard to change Hope this helps
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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