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Cannot locate transmission filler plug on 2007 suzuki forenza

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    what does this plug do?

  • towin4fun May 11, 2010

    automatic or manual



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Raise vehicle and support with safety latches/jackstands, etc. The transaxle fill plug is located above the location where the passenger c.v. halfshaft enters into the transaxle. You'll need to purchase a 5/8" square drive in order to remove and re-install it.

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

  • Orlando Tang Mar 05, 2010

    Correction to solution posted above: It's a 5/16" square drive that you'll need to purchase, not a 5/8" square drive. I apologize.



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read the operators guide yet?, most newer cars have no dip stick.
get the FSM , it covers this 100%
all older cars the Opr guide shows this.
and is missing in the newer guides, because the dip is missing
and is a shop only check (plugs and such)
read the Guide, or google this.
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the car really is a Daewoo, a rebadged Daewoo.
(great for finding parts, and SUz is belly up in uSA)
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Ok I have the open page 5-10 and 5-11 cover this
(glove box guide)
it shows car jacked up and level via stands, and trans in full view
and some presteps then,.
4) Remove filler plug. (you are under car)
5) Make sure the fluid reaches the bottom
edge of the filler plug hole.
6) If the level is low, add fluid until it begins
to run out the filler hole.
7) After filling to the correct level, reinstall
the plug secure.

RTM learn to open the glove box and read the manua.
if lots get one, good luck getting help from suzuki they went
chapter11 here. good luck , id call them on the phone and ask.
i would.

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