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Were is the transmission stick for forenza 2006 suzuki

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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.

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