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Ariens 935015-000101 hydro transaxle service, oil type and trans adjustments.

Any adjustment and oil type

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you may try draining the fluid and replacing the filter check the pan for metal deposits and if none reinstall new fluid with Lucas transmission additive at a ratio of 50% it sounds like your valve body or internal pump is leaking pressure due to a worn seal and this lucas treatment should help for a while, if not you a least tried before sourcing a new or rebuilt trans axle good luck and please rate- Jeff

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the trans does not relearn in a way that is detectable by the driver, what is the problem

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SOURCE: trans will not shift out of 1st shifts into all

It sounds like a governer issue, like the nut has came off the governer. Get a junk trans look for a round cup shaped cover pop it off and look at the springs and how they re fixed to the flyweights then ck yours, so you know what your looking at..   

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Have someone watch the clutch arm when pushing on the clutch to make sure it is actually moving when the pedal is pressed. Fiero's are miserable to get the clutch bled properly

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Suzuki Baleno waggon clutch removing instructions


wow, no year stated ! a 12 year run.
1995-2002 (Japan)
1999-2007 (India)

the manual transmission clutch (not A/T TC or A/T internal clutches)
M/T stick clutch.
NO year stated, and not sold in USA (we are USA) hear, but is sold
here as an Esteem.
our car , has 2 engines, the G16 or the J18.
so servicing any clutch on any engine can vary by, engine, type.
but ill post the steps for your car.

alldata.com
or suzuki pit stop plus, both have FSM on Esteems.

out side USA they have these engines.
1.3 L G13B I4
1.5 L G15A I4
1.6 L G16B I4
1.8 L J18A I4
1.8 L BP-ZE I4
1.9 L XUD9 diesel I4
now the steps ,based on our car.

Ill spin the wheel of fortune, 1998
first is obvious, trans mission removal to reach said stick clutch

phase 1:
  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
  2. Drain the transaxle oil.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
    • Battery cables (remove car battery first or NEG lug)
    • Battery and tray
    • Clutch cable adjusting nut, joint pin from the cable and cable from the bracket
    • All the wiring harness clamps and connectors involved with the transaxle removal, tag if necessary for location to aid during installation
    • Speedometer cable boot, case clip and cable from the case
    • Radiator outlet pipe from the transmission side cover, on Swift models
    • Transaxle retaining bolts
    • Starter
    • Fender apron extension on the left side
    • Bolts connecting the exhaust pipe to the exhaust manifold and disconnect the joint
  4. On Esteem models, with the engine supported, remove the vehicle center mounting member by removing the 7 nuts and 4 bolts.
    • Gearshift control shaft nut and bolt
    • Control shaft from the gearshift control shaft
    • Extension rod nut and washers
    • Clutch housing lower plate
    • Sway bar
    • Left and right front wheels
    • Left and right ball joints
    • Left and right halfshafts
    • Transaxle stiffener
    • Transmission to engine bolt and nut
    • Engine rear mounting bracket bolts
  5. Install an engine support.
  6. Support the transaxle with a suitable jack.
  7. Remove the left engine mounting bracket and stiffener.
  8. Lower the transaxle with the engine attached. Pull the transaxle straight out toward the left side.
  9. Lower and remove the transaxle.
phase 2: the clutch.

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
  2. Remove the transaxle.
  3. Hold the flywheel stationary.
  4. Matchmark the pressure plate and flywheel for installation reference.
  5. Loosen the pressure plate attaching bolts 1 turn at a time (evenly) until the spring pressure is released.
  6. Remove the clutch disc and pressure plate.

does this help.?

Feb 18, 2015 | Suzuki Cars & Trucks

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What causes a transmision to slip in low gears


Your transaxle needs to be rebuilt

Bands are adjusted when a unit is built
& do not wear enough to need adjustment

Your transaxle has the hightest failure rate of any
I know of, none worse,there may be some others I
have no experience with or problems I don't know of

I would part with it & not make an expensive repairs on
that perticular vehicle or any van type transaxle

All transmissions fail whenever the fluid is not changed
every 3 years & in your case your unknowingly doomed
out the gate

I would suggest you go to a trans shop & ask a lot of questions
before every buying any vehicle, even a new one,that is what I do
& I used to own a trans shop & still recommend it.

Jan 28, 2013 | 2003 Ford Windstar

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1987 cadillac 3rd gear band adjustment


That's a transaxle correct? 4T60E?

There is no band adjustment

If a band on any trans wore enough
to need adjustment,then the trans would
need an overhaul

Jun 26, 2012 | 1987 Cadillac DeVille

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What type of gear oil is used for a 95 toyota camry


In a manual trans it is API GL-3, GL-4 or GL-5 75W-90 gear oil, for instance Shell Transaxle Oil or Mobil Delvac.

In an auto trans the diff is the same grade fill as the trans, Dexron III.

Dec 03, 2011 | 1995 Toyota Camry

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HIGH HYDRO CARBON EDELBROCK 1406 PERFORM 1500 MAN TRAN FAILD EMISS HIGH RPM ONLY


High HC counts are due to a rich mixture, too much fuel. How does the truck run normally? To adjust the fuel mixture at the carburetor, make sure the truck is at operating temperature. Turn the idle mixture screw clockwise until the engine starts to lag then turn the screw back just until it runs smooth. Also make sure you have fresh oil as this could cause high HC's as well since fuel gets into the oil and make sure your PCV valve is operating correctly. If you can't get it adjusted correctly, you may have to pay a shop to hook it up to the emissions machine to get the mixture correct, unfortunately.
Hope this helps. Good luck!

Apr 09, 2011 | 1985 GMC C1500

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Trans wont go in gear but parg engine runs fine juat wont go in gear


standard shift you need to adjust clutch or replace.check trans oil
auto trans check oils, adjust or rebuild trans. / torque converter.

Apr 02, 2011 | 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Where is the transmission dipstick in my manual 1.3 liter 1993 suzuki swift located and where do i fill it up?


LEVEL CHECK With Oil Level Gauge Fig. 1: Manual transaxle oil level check - with level gauge 84241046.gif
  1. Drive the vehicle to bring the transmission up to operating temperature.
  2. With the engine stopped, remove the oil level gauge front the side case of the transaxle.
  3. Check the color and smell of the oil. If it is black in color or smells burnt, further transmission service is needed.
  4. Wipe off oil level gauge with clean cloth.
  5. Fit the oil level gauge to the transaxle side case so that the threads rest on top of the case.
  6. Remove the gauge and check oil level. The level should be between FULL and LOW level line.
  7. If the level is below LOW mark, add oil until the proper level is reached.
With Oil Level/Filler Plug
  1. Drive the vehicle to bring the transmission up to operating temperature.
  2. Raise and support the vehicle safely.
  3. Remove the transaxle oil level/filler plug.
  4. Check the color and smell of the oil. If it is black in color or smells burnt, further transmission service is needed.
  5. Transaxle oil level should be even with the bottom of the plug hole. If oil level is low, adjust oil level accordingly.
  6. Install transaxle oil level/filler plug and tighten to 40 ft. lbs. (54 Nm).
  7. Lower the vehicle.

Oct 17, 2010 | 1993 Suzuki Swift

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Car smoking and burning oil


Four first test:
  1. Check to see if there is any liquid underneath the vehicle. This is often overlooked, but very important. Red liquid indicates a leaking transaxle. Brown or black liquid indicates a leaking oil pan reservoir. Green liquid means that you are leaking engine coolant. If the liquid appears to be just water with no smell and is clear, it is likely condensation from your air compressor/air conditioner. This is normal and will not cause any serious problems. However, any of the other liquids indicate a potentially serious problem that needs to be addressed by a mechanic.
  2. Listen to the idle. If it is too low or "rough," you'll need to adjust the throttle cable adjustment screw clockwise to tighten the cable and normalize the throttle tension and consequently, the idle. If it is idling above 800 RPM, then you need to turn the throttle adjustment screw counterclockwise to loosen the tension on the cable and the idle speed.
  3. Check to see if there is any colored smoke coming out of your tailpipe while you are driving. White smoke is steam and means that you are leaking coolant into the combustion chamber. This can be dangerous and cause critical engine failure due to hydro-lock (the engine tries to compress and ignite water and is unable to). If the smoke is blue, it indicates that you are burning oil. This is caused by oil blowing by the piston rings of the piston. Black smoke indicates that your engine is getting too much gasoline and is running "rich." These last two problems, while not as serious as leaking coolant into the system, still need to be addressed and fixed.
  4. Listen for noise in the transaxle while the Concorde is shifting through gears. This indicates that there is not enough lubricant in the system. You'll need to add transmission fluid to the system, or have a mechanic service this for you.

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Mar 18, 2010 | 2002 Chrysler Concorde

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Have 2007 imprezza subaru, what service is required on gear oil in transaxle.


With the trans warm, drain the oil for 1/2 hour and renew it with good quality oil. Any times a good time for renewing your trans oil.

Nov 07, 2009 | 2007 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport Wagon

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Removal and installation of an auto trans in 2002 toyota camry


  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the Precautions section.
  2. Drain the transaxle fluid.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:

    Negative battery cable. On vehicles equipped with an air bag, wait at least 90 seconds before proceeding Battery Air cleaner assembly Throttle cable from the throttle body Cruise control actuator cover and connector, if equipped Ground wire Starter Speed sensor connectors, direct clutch speed sensor, and the park/neutral position switch connector on the transaxle Solenoid connector on the transaxle Shift control cable Oil cooler hoses Front side transaxle mounting bolts Front engine mounting bolts Oil cooler line mounting bolts from the front frame Upper transaxle to engine mounting bolts

    0900c15280197a59.jpg enlarge_icon.gifenlarge_tooltip.gif Fig. Tie the steering rack to the engine support fixture components, as shown-Avalon and Camry
    Front exhaust pipe Engine side covers and undercovers Both halfshafts Front side engine mounting nut Rear side engine mounting bolts (remove hole plugs) Left side transaxle mounting bolts Steering gear housing Front frame assembly Rear end plate mounting bolts Torque converter cover Torque converter retaining bolts Remaining transaxle mounting bolts Transaxle

Apr 09, 2009 | 2002 Toyota Camry

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