Question about 2001 Suzuki Swift
Looking from under the car you will see the drain plug 25-30NM and the filler level plug above
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
Hi, What transmission oil do I use for a suzuki swift , manual box 2001-2002 yr,any good branded make.?
Posted on May 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to check trans oil level
I assume that you have a 6 cyl.There are two plugs on the trans pan.the big one is the drain and the small one is the check plug.There is a fill on the side.The trans uses ws fluid which is what you need to use.What i do is remove the check plug and add fluid until it comes out.Then start the engine and let it warm up, the recomended temp is 97 to 115 degrees f or 36 to 46 degrees c.As it warms up the fluid will come out,once it reaches the temp range put the plug back in.I use a computer to monitor the temp but a temp gun on the pan will do.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: automatic transmission oil level
there is no dip stick but there is a bolt on the trans.that you take out to check level car needs to be on a rack up in the air i could find the bolt to pull out but it is hard to tell you were it is because some year it is in a different place,car has to running. if there are no leaks you wont need to check your fluid level! the bolt should be 7/16 head
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
SOURCE: transmission oil level
If it is an automatic, I'm sure you can see the yellow dip stick under the hood, if its a manual.........you will have to jack the car up, and you will see two bolts on the side of the transmission, some have bolts, some have square holes, and some have allen key bolts, non the less, you will see two of them, one on the side about half way up, and one on the bottom for draining. The purpose of this is that when you take the one off of the side, if no fluid comes out, you can add some until it starts to dribble out, the hole is the full mark for lack of better terms. Hope that helps. If you have the square holes, a socket extension for a ratchet fits great....
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
there is a plug about 1/2 way along the side of the gearbox about 1/2 way from bottom to top undo that plug and the oil level is the bottom of that hole . put your finger in and oil should be right at that edge. it is difficult to do on the ground it is best on a hoist or a ramp or over a pit . there is no dip stick for this job .
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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