I have an 84 Suzuki Hatch 800 which I believe is called Suzuki Alto in other countries. The two speed auto is reluctant to shift up particularly after a cold start and enquiries and a test drive at a good transmission shop indicated that the seals are worn and need replacing. This would cost more than the car is worth as it requires removal of the engine and transmission and a complete rebuild of the transmission. The shops recommended workaround is to warm up the transmission thoroughly before driving off making the seals more supple so they function properly which has worked fairly well so far. The transmission shop did not suggest adjusting the bands. I hope this is relevant to your problem. Cheers, Max
The transmission fill plug on a 2000 Suzuki Alto is behind the drain plug. Both the plugs are located underneath the transmission.
It is important to use the right type of transmission fluid in a cars transmission. The 2004 Suzuki Alto uses Dexron III transmission fluid.
Suzuki Alto was created in 1979.
Suzuki Alto Lapin was created in 2002.
Suzuki motors alto model sale is good.
well if it is an automatic trans it should take dextron III if its a manual 75w90 of 80w90
i have the same problem. I am looking for wiring diagram for alto with automatic transmission. I would like to ask you to share it with me in case, you find it. Thank you very much in advance
Maruti Suzuki Alto
Yes It has
Picking up a Suzuki Alto will depend on your location, but if you are in the United Kingdom, they will be much easier to find. You can search on Auto Trader or find your local Suzuki dealership where they may be found on display for test-drive and purchase.
At the Suzuki dealership or used in the various 2nd hand sites or newspaper ads.
the one liter version have a belt
367 liter of weater the car can hold i have been told by suzuki them self
haw mutch alto
0.7 to 0.8
60,000 NIS for the manual gear model
4, 4 seatbelts
main cause of fast idle problem in maruti alto
Pl go to the Automobile section
Marching, concert, and jazz bands. Altos are very versatile.