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Where do i change and add transmission fluid to my 2007 suzuki forenza

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SOURCE: how to change the transmission fulid on a suzuki forenza

there is no dip stic on the forenza no need to go to the dealer and pay for it simply jack the entire car off the ground enough to get yourself under it make sure u support it with appropriate stands. you can check the fluid by removing the plug from the side of the trans u will need a special tool for this u can get from an auto parts store after removing the plug check to make sure the fluid is right to the brim of the plug hole then turn the car on and shift through the gears R,D,1,2,4 and then back again hold in each gear for about 5 sec then turn the car off crawl back under and check again . if low add a little at a time until its filled u can get a small hand pump with a tube on it from auto store u put this in a quart of trans fluid makes the job alot easier . as for the other problem it is you Trans range sensor $65 dollars from the dealer or $45 from OEMsuzukiparts.com not very hard to change Hope this helps

Posted on Oct 11, 2009

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SOURCE: on my 2007 suzuki forenza the check engine light

no such code on that car, auto zone uses global testing which pulls universal codes, so that code means someting different for the suzuki, need to have it checked by the dealer or a shop that has import software, or post the code # and i can translate it into import code, good luck.

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2004 Suzuki Forenza I need to know where

well to check it, its not a plug, its a dipstick similar to your engine oil dipstick, probably has a yellow handle, and changing the filter on pretty much any transmission since 1980 requires taking the fluid pan off the bottom of the transmission, i would recommend getting a mechanic to do this part because if you damage the valve body inside you might as well throw out the transmission and buy a new one

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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SOURCE: Changing the transmission fluid

Once you've drained the transaxle by removing drain plug, re-install drain plug and torque to mfg. specs. To fill transaxle, you need a 5/8" square drive attached to a 9" extension, breaker bar or ratchet. Raise vehicle on hoist, or jack up and secure with jackstands. The fill plug is located above and slightly to the right of the location where the passenger side c.v. halfshaft enters the transaxle. Remove fill plug. Using a fluid exchange tool available at your local parts store, fill with automatic transmission/transaxle fluid available only from a Suzuki dealership, (part# ESSO LT 71141) until fluid starts to run out of fill hole, then replace fill plug, and torque to manufacturer specifications. I'm a former Suzuki technician. I hope this was helpful.

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

SOURCE: how much isa transmission range sensor for a 2007

Make sure to check for an adjustment,if there is one,before replacing it.

Posted on Mar 25, 2010

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How to check transmission fluid suzuki forensa 2007


asked about 1,000 times now.
same answer, its in the FSM, get one and read it.
and at google, even a video
https://www.google.com/webhp#q=2007+Suzuki+Forenza++check+ATF

you will note the operators guide, skips this.

Feb 20, 2014 | 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan

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Anagabriela


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.
dont watch youtube on persons shows checking the dip, but car is a chevy, with 04 forenza title. i think youtube is gone wild.

http://answers.edmunds.com/question-How-add-transmission-fluid-2007-Suzuki-Forenza-63679.aspx

the car really is a Daewoo, a rebadged Daewoo.
(great for finding parts, and SUz is belly up in uSA)
funny how only suzuki charges for operators guide,. what a rip.

Ok I have the Opr.guide 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.

Dec 15, 2013 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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Trying to find the exact location on my car to add my transmission fluid i have automatic 2007 suzuki frenza my chek engine light is on


Open up your bonnet and look at the very back of the engine and you should see a long tube with a colored handle sticking out, also the check engine light can also be the engine oil so on either side of the engine you should see the same thing as the transmission handle. Its best to check both the transmission & engine oil/fluid by pull out each one by one when the engine is off and cold then get a rag and wipe off the oil/fluid on the longs metal sticks and putting them back in & out to see how much oil/fluid they have.
On both sticks they have a add more & max level lines so if the oil/fluid is on the add more line, add more oil/fluid to them to get it on the max line.
Remeber that the transmission oil/fluid goes to the back stick behind the motor and the motor oil/fluid goes to the side one. Good luck.

Jul 29, 2011 | 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan

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How to add transmission fluid to 2007 susuki forenza?


THERE WILL BE A DIPSTICK FOR THE TRANSMISSION IF IT IS AUTOMATIC! STANDARD WILL BE A SERVICE PLUG ON THE SIDE OF THE TRANSMISSION! IF IT IS AUTOMATIC, PULL THE DIPSTICK OUT, PLACE A LONG TUBE FUNNEL IN THE DIPSTICK HOLE, AND SLOWLY ADD THE FLUID, CHECKING TO BE SURE YOU DON'T OVERFILL IT! YOU MAY HAVE TO ADD A LITTLE, AND REPLACE THE DIPSTICK, TILL YOU REACH THE FULL MARK! BE SURE YOU ARE ON LEVEL GROUND!

Feb 26, 2011 | 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan

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How do you check transmission fluid in 2004 Suzuki Forenza


There is no dipstick to check the automatic transmission fluid in the 2004 Suzuki Forenza. It is checked like a manual transmission. You will have to remove the fill plug underneath the car and then add some new transmission fluid until it drizzels out of the hole.

Feb 08, 2011 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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Check transmission fluid on a 2005 suzuki forenza


I have a 2005 suzuki forenza,where is the transmission dipstick located at under the hood. Thank you!

Jul 20, 2010 | 2005 Suzuki Forenza

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How do you add transmission fluid on 2004 suzuki forenza. It noip stick.


Welcome to the new era in automatic transmissions - sealed systems with "lifetime" transmission fluid. This is progress???

What makes you believe it needs fluid?

There are ways to drain and add fluid on most of these "sealed" transmissions; however, it involves drain and fill plugs underneath the car. This is not a procedure for do-it-yourselfers.

Oct 10, 2009 | 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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Changing the transmission fluid


Once you've drained the transaxle by removing drain plug, re-install drain plug and torque to mfg. specs. To fill transaxle, you need a 5/8" square drive attached to a 9" extension, breaker bar or ratchet. Raise vehicle on hoist, or jack up and secure with jackstands. The fill plug is located above and slightly to the right of the location where the passenger side c.v. halfshaft enters the transaxle. Remove fill plug. Using a fluid exchange tool available at your local parts store, fill with automatic transmission/transaxle fluid available only from a Suzuki dealership, (part# ESSO LT 71141) until fluid starts to run out of fill hole, then replace fill plug, and torque to manufacturer specifications. I'm a former Suzuki technician. I hope this was helpful.

Aug 02, 2008 | 2007 Suzuki Forenza Sedan

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Changing transmission fluid


The transmission fill plug is located on the backside of the tranny. (Down by the driver side cv shaft) You must fill it at that point. I have read that the tranny fluid must be bought from the Suzuki Dealer, but I am still looking into that? You should be able to add fluid into that hole until it starts to slowly run back out. Then it is filled to the right amount. ( A lot like a manual trans.) These cars are a money pit. Nice when they are running though. 2004 Suzuki Forenza

Jul 19, 2008 | 2005 Suzuki Forenza

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