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 #22532  by Ronzuki
 Thu Dec 19, 2013 1:49 pm
Engine Oil
◾Type: API Approved "Starburst Symbol"
◾Viscocity: 5w/30
◾Capacity: 4.5L (4.8qts)

Engine Coolant
◾Type: Suzuki Super Long Life Coolant
◾Capacity: 6.6L (6.9qts)

Automatic Transaxle (CVT)
◾Type: Suzuki CVT Fluid Green -1 or Shell Green 1V
◾Capacity: 8.34L (8.8qts)

Manual Transaxle
◾Type API GL-4 Gear Oil
◾Viscocity: 75w/80
◾Capacity: 2.5L (2.6qts)

Transfer Gear Box (AWD)
◾Type: API GL-5 Hypoid Gear Oil
◾Viscocity: 80w/90
◾Capacity 0.9L (0.95qts)

Rear Differential
◾Type: API GL-5 Hypoid Gear Oil
◾Viscocity: 80w/90
◾Capacity: 0.9L (0.95qts)

Refrigerant
◾Type: HFC R134A
◾Capacity: 530g (1.16lbs)

Fuel Capacity
◾Capacity: 63L (16.6 US gallons)
 #22580  by Ronzuki
 Fri Dec 20, 2013 1:42 pm
...just thought I'd put it on here since we get a lot of 'what oil, etc.' posts from time to time. Now it's all in one place on the forum.
 #22586  by LPSISRL
 Fri Dec 20, 2013 3:21 pm
Ronzuki wrote:...just thought I'd put it on here since we get a lot of 'what oil, etc.' posts from time to time. Now it's all in one place on the forum.

Sticky this?
 #22649  by murcod
 Sat Dec 21, 2013 7:00 am
SamirD wrote:I was hoping to find the fuel capacity. :( That's the one thing they left off!


63 litres. I'll let you convert that to US gallons. :)
 #22654  by SamirD
 Sat Dec 21, 2013 3:53 pm
murcod wrote:
SamirD wrote:I was hoping to find the fuel capacity. :( That's the one thing they left off!


63 litres. I'll let you convert that to US gallons. :)
16.6428 according to google. That's a pretty good sized tank. I had "---" for the range yesterday when I filled up and it was only 13 gallons, so I had 3 gallons in reserve. Good to know. 8-)
 #22660  by Ronzuki
 Sat Dec 21, 2013 11:13 pm
That reserve may not always be the same from fill to fill. I have no way of backing this staement up, but I believe the range changes based on how long (miles) you've driven since the '---' appears. Hence it dials in the range better so next time you may have 1 or 2 gallons left.
 #22663  by SamirD
 Sun Dec 22, 2013 12:02 am
Yep, I kind of expected that's the way it works. I'm sure the fuel light works off a different sensor as I've noticed that in most cars. I usually watch that versus any range information. But it was surprising that there was almost 3 gallons left when the light came on. That's almost 100 miles if you really feather it on the highway.