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Adding transmissiton fluid - 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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There is a plug not a dip stick. drive the car on ramps,block the wheels and lets begin.slid under look for the passenger drive axle were it goes into the trans.right below the axle is the fill plug.it is a 5/16 square hole,u can buy the tool # DW260 -070.or do what i did and make my own,take a 5/16 peace of key stock and a 6 inch long 3/8 drive extension a grinder and a file.us the key stock as a templet and machine the extension down to size and there u go ready to work

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The stick that you check it is were you add it youll need a small funnel

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Adding transmisson fluid


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TRANSMISSION FLUID

Checking automatic transmission fluid

The 5R55N transmission does not have a transmission fluid dipstick.

Refer to your scheduled maintenance guide for scheduled intervals for

fluid checks and changes. Your transmission does not consume fluid.

However, the fluid level should be checked if the transmission is not

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The red fluid is probably transmission fluid. Pick some up on your finger smell it and if possible compare it to known transmission fluid. You invariably have a leak. If you want to find the leak try this.

Locate a large piece of cardboard and place this under your cars engine compartment just after you garage it tonight. The cardboard will tell all on the leak location.

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