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Where is my fluid plug transmission for 20008 forenza suzki

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SOURCE: I have a 2004 Suzuki Forenza I need to know where

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Here's a PDF containing more information than any normal human could possibly ever need for that transmission:
http://www.anagabriela.ro/Manuale%20...0TRANSAXLE.pdf

Good luck, I hope this helps!

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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SOURCE: Changing the transmission fluid

Once you've drained the transaxle by removing drain plug, re-install drain plug and torque to mfg. specs. To fill transaxle, you need a 5/8" square drive attached to a 9" extension, breaker bar or ratchet. Raise vehicle on hoist, or jack up and secure with jackstands. The fill plug is located above and slightly to the right of the location where the passenger side c.v. halfshaft enters the transaxle. Remove fill plug. Using a fluid exchange tool available at your local parts store, fill with automatic transmission/transaxle fluid available only from a Suzuki dealership, (part# ESSO LT 71141) until fluid starts to run out of fill hole, then replace fill plug, and torque to manufacturer specifications. I'm a former Suzuki technician. I hope this was helpful.

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

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SOURCE: Where is the Transmission plug

It should be on the side of the transmission if it has a plug. You would have to get to it underneathe the car.

Posted on Mar 03, 2011

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Where is the Transmission plug to check the fluid. Just Purchased 2005 Suzuki Forenza and car has 136,000 miles having problems with shifting. It is hesiating.


It should be on the side of the transmission if it has a plug. You would have to get to it underneathe the car.

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How to add transmission fluid to 2007 susuki forenza?


THERE WILL BE A DIPSTICK FOR THE TRANSMISSION IF IT IS AUTOMATIC! STANDARD WILL BE A SERVICE PLUG ON THE SIDE OF THE TRANSMISSION! IF IT IS AUTOMATIC, PULL THE DIPSTICK OUT, PLACE A LONG TUBE FUNNEL IN THE DIPSTICK HOLE, AND SLOWLY ADD THE FLUID, CHECKING TO BE SURE YOU DON'T OVERFILL IT! YOU MAY HAVE TO ADD A LITTLE, AND REPLACE THE DIPSTICK, TILL YOU REACH THE FULL MARK! BE SURE YOU ARE ON LEVEL GROUND!

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How do you check transmission fluid in 2004 Suzuki Forenza


There is no dipstick to check the automatic transmission fluid in the 2004 Suzuki Forenza. It is checked like a manual transmission. You will have to remove the fill plug underneath the car and then add some new transmission fluid until it drizzels out of the hole.

Feb 08, 2011 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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I just want to know what kind of transmission fluid use the suzuki forenza 2006 Thank you for your help!!!! ;) Glenda*


Dextron Mericon 3 or 4, ask the guy at auto zone they have a book there. The back of the bottle tell you what car you can put it in.

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Check transmission fluid on a 2005 suzuki forenza


I have a 2005 suzuki forenza,where is the transmission dipstick located at under the hood. Thank you!

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Were is the transmission stick for forenza 2006 suzuki


There is no dipstick for the forenza auto tranny. it is checked like a manual tranny. you have toremove the fill plug and add some untill it drizzels out.
The plug is behind the lower transmission mount. You either need to jack the car up high or use a lift, Use a 3/8 inch extension to make the tool to remove it. You must have the car running and warmed up to check it, shift through the gears, then put it back into park, remove the plug (while running) and fill to it comes out, then put the plug back in (still running), and you should be good. Make sure you use the correct transmission fluid.

Nov 19, 2009 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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How do you add transmission fluid on 2004 suzuki forenza. It noip stick.


Welcome to the new era in automatic transmissions - sealed systems with "lifetime" transmission fluid. This is progress???

What makes you believe it needs fluid?

There are ways to drain and add fluid on most of these "sealed" transmissions; however, it involves drain and fill plugs underneath the car. This is not a procedure for do-it-yourselfers.

Oct 10, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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Can't locate dipstick to check transmission fluid in 2006 forenza


there is no dipstick stupid suzuki the only way to check trans fluid is to crawl under the car and remove the filler plug from the transmission check to make sure the fluid is to the brim of the hole there is a diagram in the manual page 5-11 hope this helps

Sep 26, 2009 | 2006 Suzuki Forenza

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Changing the transmission fluid


Once you've drained the transaxle by removing drain plug, re-install drain plug and torque to mfg. specs. To fill transaxle, you need a 5/8" square drive attached to a 9" extension, breaker bar or ratchet. Raise vehicle on hoist, or jack up and secure with jackstands. The fill plug is located above and slightly to the right of the location where the passenger side c.v. halfshaft enters the transaxle. Remove fill plug. Using a fluid exchange tool available at your local parts store, fill with automatic transmission/transaxle fluid available only from a Suzuki dealership, (part# ESSO LT 71141) until fluid starts to run out of fill hole, then replace fill plug, and torque to manufacturer specifications. I'm a former Suzuki technician. I hope this was helpful.

Aug 02, 2008 | 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan

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