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Found 2 results

  1. fakeside

    Suzuki swift 2004 ATF Fluid type

    Hi Friends, Time has come to change the ATF on my car. It is a suzuki swift 2004 model (Japan jeep type model). unfortunately I am unable to make a contact with the last owner to ask the type of ATF fluid he used. So I would be grateful if some one would tell me what is the ideal brand and the type of the oil I should purchase. Thanks & Regards
  2. Can anyone please suggest a good place around Colombo (preferably, around Mt. Lavinia, Wellawatta, Dehiwala) to change ATF. How much will it cost? According to the car manual, my car needs 7.7 litres of oil. It is okay to just drain and refill? One place did suggest that as a low cost alternative, but I doubt it might leave some dirty oil inside. They said draining would require half of the oil required for flushing. Cheers!
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