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Where do you put transmission fluid in 2004 suzuki forenza

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You can't!! You have to take it to the dealer. It has a special you need to unlock the transmission chamber.
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SOURCE: where do you put transmission fluid in my 2005

it goes from the dipstick. Can you locate the dipstick?

Posted on Dec 28, 2010

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SOURCE: how do you add transmission fluid on 2004 suzuki

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.

Posted on Oct 10, 2009

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SOURCE: can i drain the transmission fluid on a 05 suzuki

yes. HOWEVER, whe you refill it. make sure that you put in the correct type of oil. refer to your owner manual prior to putting in any old automatice trranny fluid as some tranny's require a sopecial type of oil, put in the wrong one and you fry your transmission. If its a standard, put in the correct weight of gear oil. Not trying to scare you, but i want to make sure that your REFER TO YOUR OWNERS MANUAL for the correct type of oil to put in after you drain it.

good luck.

Posted on Sep 27, 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: what kind of transmission fluid is used for a 2004

each make and model seems to use its own fluid but you can use a universal full synthetic thats works with every kind of car you can get it at any local parts store

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

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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.

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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

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