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Author:  kiloman2 [ Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:37 pm ]
Post subject:  Suzuki Forsa Automatic Tranny problem!

Hello everybody im new to this forum!

Here's my problem!

My forsa 1986 automatic stays at 1st gear, it wont shift to 2nd and so forth. i dont know what's happening to it! is this electrical problem or mechanical problem?
I lifted the car with a jack and tried to shift manually but i dont know any other procedure besides that. on a side note, the engine harness was recently replaced, dont know if this is relevant! thanks!

Author:  kiloman2 [ Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:36 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Suzuki Forsa Automatic Tranny problem!

please i need help with this! any help would be greatly appreciated!

Author:  Phil N Ed [ Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:48 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Suzuki Forsa Automatic Tranny problem!

kiloman2 wrote:
please i need help with this! any help would be greatly appreciated!

viewtopic.php?f=9&t=52426

Author:  kiloman2 [ Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Suzuki Forsa Automatic Tranny problem!

oh never mind! i found out my speed sensor wasnt connected to the cluster! Thanks.

Author:  Phil N Ed [ Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:30 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Suzuki Forsa Automatic Tranny problem!

kiloman2 wrote:
oh never mind! i found out my speed sensor wasnt connected to the cluster! Thanks.

In order to get the proper help, you have to include all information.
If your VSS (vehicle speed sensor) wasn't connected, you'd get a code "24" when you checked for codes on any Suzuki model after '86. So, depending on your date of manufacture, you might have had a code '24'.
Now, if your vehicle did not have the little switch up under the dash on the right, but instead had the switch next to the fuse box, your car would have given you a 'SENSOR' code.
In '84-'86 these codes were not specific.
That is to say, it did not identify WHICH circuit was causing the problem.
It just told you that you had to go and check them all, one by one, until you found the problem circuit.
Obviously, the newer systems are better because they tell you exactly which one is bad.

So, you should have had a SENSOR (red light on the dash labeled 'sensor') light flashing.
This is very crucial information, and without it, no one could help you.
Still, this thread:
http://www.teamswift.net/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=41251
will help you identify codes:
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and this thread
http://www.teamswift.net/viewtopic.php? ... 1&start=25
tells you that
Quote:
The TCU Gets info from the VSS and TPS to select gears.

Your car should have two switches on the carburetor which are the 'forerunners' of the modern TPS.
They are the microswitches!
That, plus the vehicle speed sensor helps the transmission know which gear to choose, eh?

Two things: either you could have posted a picture of your under dash wiring, and the membership could have been of more help, or you could have posted the SENSOR information so we could point you in the right direction.

Next time, if you have a general problem (like you just did) try and explain the last thing you did before the problem arose.
Also, be sure to give information regarding sensor light codes.

If your car's SENSOR light is not working, now is the time to replace it.

Try not to get too discouraged; cars are complicated.
It takes years to learn how to diagnose and fix them.

Author:  kiloman2 [ Sat Dec 10, 2011 10:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Suzuki Forsa Automatic Tranny problem!

i dont know how to read the codes on my car but one thing i know that the sensor light was lit on my cluster. other than that i just dont know as im not a mechanic hehehehe! but i suppose the speed sensor is connected to a shaft that runs through a firewall to the tranny and that thingy was not connected on my cluster. i have yet to check if the car shifts cause im fixing my radiator but as soon as i fix it, i'll let you know! Thanks man

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