Question about Transmission & Drivetrain for Suzuki Aerio
I'm not an expert with the Suzuki, but I have had lots of experience with transmissions. Chances are, one of your shift solenoids is bad and needs to be replaced. There's also a much smaller chance that the wire going to the solenoid has been pinched or broken.
Ultimately, the car will have to be connected to a professional-quality scantool and driven to confirm it. Then, the solenoids will have to be removed and tested. They are always either located on the valve body in the transmission pan, or they are attached to the top or side of the transmission as a "solenoid pack", where all of the solenoids are replaced as a unit.
Step one for you is just to make absolutely sure the fluid level is good and the fluid isn't burned or contaminated. It should be nice, clear, and pink. If it smells bad and looks more reddish brown than pink, or it's shiny with metal flakes in it, then something else is wrong.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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