Question about Suzuki Cars & Trucks
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Posted on Sep 16, 2008
They dont have a dip stick but do have a bolt that is removed Diff/transfer case and gearbox the bolt you take out is at the height/level that the fluid should be at and its where you fill the diff/gearbox.Its in the side of the gearbox about half way up.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
My suggestion is to take the vehicle to the franchised Dealer where they will have the proper test equipment to identify the fault. I understand your concern about keeping the costs down and so what I’d do is telephone at least two Suzuki Dealers and ask them for a cost to diagnose the problem – you might wish to say to them that you have a fixed budget of say $100. At least this way you can be told what the problem is and what the rectification cost is likely to be. At that point you can choose to either proceed with the work or not. Hope this helps, Scottech
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
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