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Suzuki Verona 05- where do I refill the transmission fluid?

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The 04 to 06 verona does not have a transmission dipstick, it is filled with a life time transmission fluid and thus does not need to be filled. If you have leaks and are concerned about the level there is a fill plug. BEWARE these transmissions do no use off the shelf ATF, Check with suzuki for the correct fluid and be sure to bring your checkbook

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No dipstick or refill jack up side of gear box small plug release and top up make sure car is level

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