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Changing transmission fluid - 2005 Suzuki Forenza

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    how do i add transmission fluid to a 2005 suzuki forenza

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    cant find stick to check tranny fluid?

  • Kiianah Feb 20, 2009

    I cannot locate the dipstick on a 2007 Suzuki Forenza? Any ideas?

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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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