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Where do you fill the transmission oil on a 2005 SUZUKI VERONA ? does it have a transmission filter eliment

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Please read your owners manual most transmissions today are not serviceable if they leak you need to get it towed to the dealer or trans shop this info is in the manual hope this helps

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2005 suzuki verona y is the hold ligh stayin on?


scan it (or get car serviced)
get the car scanned using any scan tool
see what's really up.?
the operators guide in the glove box, tell you what to do, for that lamp.
the hold lamp is for the automatic transmission.

or you never read the book and never saw the H button.
H/P (the older chars had P/S and OD buttons.
OD is overdrive, and P/S is power, or economy, shifting)
no P/H
did you check the buttons? there?
the old suzuki S = new hold. or H,
in pure English H means, hold longer to higher gears to safe fuel.

the same light that glows, H, is also that the PCM sees
Transmission errors. all this is explained in the operators guide.

Sep 25, 2014 | 2005 Suzuki Verona EX

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Where is the transmission plug on a 2005 suzuki verona


A/T ?
did the operators guide tell you that it needs to be checked.
lost the guide and just guessing, or at 200k and worried , sure.
doing the 100k mile service point?
did you look first>?
if there is no dip tube, as is common on most newer cars then
its only covered in the FSM. (special tools and steps)
looking always works , look at trans, with eyes, no tube, then
there is no tube.
suzuki is DOA< or Chapter 11 , in N.American and Canada
so there is no online page ,that lists 10 years of operators guides
try here first
https://suzukipitstopplus.com/Products/1136-2005-verona-owners-manual.aspx

$4 , oper guide, is there a page that shows the owner of car checking
the ATF fluids> , if yes, then there, you go.
if not , then this is now moved, to the FSM> seen below the guide book
same page.

getting hands on a guide for free, is very hard for suzuki
they are chapter 11 here.

Jul 10, 2014 | 2005 Suzuki Verona EX

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Tranny slipping and chugging


run fault codes and look for a TCM problem. The cat converter has nothing to do with a slipping transmission but dirty / burnt oil and or blocked filter in the transmission will ..Check the oil and if it is not bright cherry red have it replaced along with the filter.

Dec 22, 2013 | 2005 Suzuki Verona EX

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My 2005 suzuki verona wont go beyond 1st gear and prior to that the engine stalled once in a while.


is this a transmission question, A/T or M/T
or a lack of engine power.
state which, if unsure ask any guy whos ever worked on cars to help.

Feb 25, 2013 | 2005 Suzuki Verona EX

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I need to know how to fill the transmission fluid and check the levels in a 2004 suzuki verona as well as what fluid it needs. We had to buy a used transmission and the place we got it drained it so we...


well you have a dip stick like ware you put the oil in but do not put the transmission fluid in the oil dip stick ! it would be best to go and put a new filter in the transmission ! hope the transmission came with the dip stick ! you may have to get the one off the old one !

May 01, 2011 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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Transmission is starting to slip, where is the trans. filter and what kind of lube? gear oil 80-90 wght or trans fluid?


Lets see...gear oil is only used in manual transmissions and filters are only used on automatic transmissions...what are we talking about here?

Mar 12, 2011 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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Verona suzuki 2005 lost power up steep hill lights on just died on me and could only get it in reverse would not go in any other gear problem came out of the blue check engine came on 2 sec before car...


A 5 year old vehicle with only 50k miles? A typical vehicle gets driven 20k a year, possible but doesn't sound right. I would look at transmission and Torque converter inside transmission.

Nov 01, 2010 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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I have a 2005 suzuki verona, where does the the transmisson fluid go


if its auto look for dipstick and fluid goes in there,under hood

Oct 28, 2009 | 2005 Suzuki Verona EX

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


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

Jul 29, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Verona

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