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 #49211  by old tech
 Thu Apr 25, 2019 2:29 pm
Im an indy import shop located an hour north of Pittsburgh Pa . I have a few of these Kizashis myself and love them . I have a few lower mile, very clean transmissions combined with installation and 1 yr warranties listed here in the classified section . As of now , its bit to early for the' repairing a broken trans and modifying the primary estimate' but its coming.
 #50389  by SAEED_KIZZY
 Tue Sep 03, 2019 2:05 pm
thanks to y Ronzuki I managed to change CVT oil filter today at 140,000Km and also change CVT Oil and this is my third CVT oil change so far
1- at 85,000 Km
2- at 102,000 Km
3- at 140,000 Km

every time around 3.2L CVT Green1 Suzuki. overall gearbox is in good shape I think no whining noise or any error codes so far :D


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 #50516  by kizashiwanter
 Fri Sep 27, 2019 1:21 pm
SAEED_KIZZY wrote:thanks to y Ronzuki I managed to change CVT oil filter

this is not a filter in the box but FILTER FOR COOLER RETURN yes?
Do you know what the part number is? because I called an authorized Suzuki store to buy this filter and they do not know what I mean..
 #50519  by bdleonard
 Fri Sep 27, 2019 1:41 pm
kizashiwanter wrote:
SAEED_KIZZY wrote:thanks to y Ronzuki I managed to change CVT oil filter

this is not a filter in the box but FILTER FOR COOLER RETURN yes?
Do you know what the part number is? because I called an authorized Suzuki store to buy this filter and they do not know what I mean..


Suzuki does not acknowledge the existence of that filter (or the o-ring for the housing it is inside of). The CVT is made by Jatco and used in several other makes including Nissan, Dodge, and Mitsubishi . Mitsubishi appeared to be the only brand that sells both parts:

Mitsubishi part numbers
CVT Filter: 2824A006
Housing O-ring: 2920A096
 #50523  by kizashiwanter
 Fri Sep 27, 2019 1:57 pm
Before I order CVT Filter: 2824A006 and Housing O-ring: 2920A096 in Mitsubishi I want to make sure that we are talking about Kizashi 2010, which had the JF011E transmission mark.


Edit: I called the suzuki service again and they said that this filter does not appear in my model. And if it had the correct part number is 26572-57LR0
 #50527  by Ronzuki
 Fri Sep 27, 2019 5:47 pm
kizashiwanter wrote:Edit: I called the suzuki service again and they said that this filter does not appear in my model. And if it had the correct part number is 26572-57LR0


That's because they're looking at the same diagrams online from Suzuki that can be found elsewhere and that I have in the OE Suzuki parts book. Suzuki calls out nothing internal to the transmission less the pan filter screen and gasket because, well, they didn't design it or build it. So the bearings, pump, cogs, gears and such must not exist in there either according to Suzuki service :roll:

I started this thread and have a 2010 AWD CVT. The Mitsubishi o-ring and aftermarket filter shown in the pics above work. I re-used my original OE factory pan gasket.