Equator 2WD V6-4.0L (2009)
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Fluid - A/T: Removal and Replacement
Changing the A/T Fluid (ATF)
CAUTION: If using the vehicle for towing, the A/T fluid must be replaced as specified. Refer to [Introduction of Periodic Maintenance].
1. Drive the vehicle to warm up the A/T fluid to approximately 80 degree C (176 degree F).
with the same volume as the drained A/T fluid. Use the A/T fluid level gauge to check the A/T fluid level as shown. Add A/T fluid as necessary.
Drain plug : Refer to [Transmission Assembly: Component].
To flush out the old A/T fluid from the transmission oil coolers, pour new A/T fluid into the A/T fluid charging pipe with the engine idling and at
When the color of the A/T fluid coming out of the auxiliary transmission oil cooler hose return line is about the same as the color of the new A/T
A/T fluid grade and capacity : Refer to [Recommended Fluids and Lubricants].
If SUZUKI approved Matic S ATF is not available, SUZUKI approved Matic J ATF may also be used. Using automatic transmission
When filling the transmission with A/T fluid, do not spill the A/T fluid on any heat generating parts such as the exhaust manifold.
Do not reuse the drain plug gasket.
5. Install the A/T fluid level gauge and tighten the A/T fluid level gauge bolt to specification.
A/T fluid level gauge bolt : Refer to [Transmission Assembly: Component].
6. Drive the vehicle to warm up the A/T fluid to approximately 80 degree C (176 degree F).
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