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2012 Suzuki Equator Power Steering Fluid 4 Cyl 2.5L Idemitsu - IDEMITSU ATF Type TLS

P311-549EA9E    30040093-75000C020  New

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  • ; Capacity unlisted OE Manufacturer
  • IDEMITSU ATF Type TLS
  • Product Attributes:
    • Approvals: Oe Specific Fluid For Toyota, Lexus And Scion Vehicles Where Atf Type T-iv Is Specified.idemitsu Atf Type Tls Is Also Recommended For Mazda, Hyundai, Audi, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Land Rover, Lincoln, Mercury, Mini, Pontiac, Saturn, Suzuki, Volk
Brand: Idemitsu
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Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Suzuki Equator Premium L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2488
Idemitsu
2012 Suzuki Equator Power Steering Fluid 4 Cyl 2.5L Idemitsu - IDEMITSU ATF Type TLS

P311-3AAF2DB    30040093-95300C020  New

Qty:
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  • ; Capacity unlisted OE Manufacturer
  • IDEMITSU ATF Type TLS
  • Product Attributes:
    • Approvals: Oe Specific Fluid For Toyota, Lexus And Scion Vehicles Where Atf Type T-iv Is Specified.idemitsu Atf Type Tls Is Also Recommended For Mazda, Hyundai, Audi, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Land Rover, Lincoln, Mercury, Mini, Pontiac, Saturn, Suzuki, Volk
Brand: Idemitsu
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Suzuki Equator Premium L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2488
Idemitsu
2012 Suzuki Equator Power Steering Fluid 4 Cyl 2.5L Idemitsu - IDEMITSU ATF Type TLS

P311-549EA9E    30040093-75000C020  New

Qty:
11.74
  • Quart Capacity 1.1; OE Manufacturer
  • IDEMITSU ATF Type TLS
  • Product Attributes:
    • Approvals: Oe Specific Fluid For Toyota, Lexus And Scion Vehicles Where Atf Type T-iv Is Specified.idemitsu Atf Type Tls Is Also Recommended For Mazda, Hyundai, Audi, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Land Rover, Lincoln, Mercury, Mini, Pontiac, Saturn, Suzuki, Volk
Brand: Idemitsu
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Suzuki Equator Base L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2488
Idemitsu
2012 Suzuki Equator Power Steering Fluid 4 Cyl 2.5L Idemitsu - IDEMITSU ATF Type TLS

P311-3AAF2DB    30040093-95300C020  New

Qty:
35.86
  • Quart Capacity 1.1; OE Manufacturer
  • IDEMITSU ATF Type TLS
  • Product Attributes:
    • Approvals: Oe Specific Fluid For Toyota, Lexus And Scion Vehicles Where Atf Type T-iv Is Specified.idemitsu Atf Type Tls Is Also Recommended For Mazda, Hyundai, Audi, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Land Rover, Lincoln, Mercury, Mini, Pontiac, Saturn, Suzuki, Volk
Brand: Idemitsu
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Block Engine CID CC
2012 - Suzuki Equator Base L 4 Cyl 2.5L 152 2488
Idemitsu Lubricants
2003 Suzuki Aerio Power Steering Fluid Idemitsu Lubricants - 12 Ounces

P311-034D401    W0133-1939905  New

Qty:
13.99
Idemitsu Lubricants Power Steering Fluid
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Conventional
  • ; Power Steering Specific Fluid
  • Mineral Based Power Steering Fluid. Engineered for Asian import vehicles Meets: Honda/Acura PSF-S - Toyota/Lexus/Scion D2 - Mazda M3 -Nissan PSF.
  • 12 Ounces
Brand: Idemitsu Lubricants
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2003 - Suzuki Aerio
Idemitsu Lubricants
2010 Suzuki Kizashi Power Steering Fluid Idemitsu Lubricants - 12 Ounces

P311-034D401    W0133-1939905  New

Qty:
13.99
Idemitsu Lubricants Power Steering Fluid
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Conventional
  • Mineral Based Power Steering Fluid. Engineered for Asian import vehicles Meets: Honda/Acura PSF-S - Toyota/Lexus/Scion D2 - Mazda M3 -Nissan PSF.
  • 12 Ounces
Brand: Idemitsu Lubricants
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2010 - Suzuki Kizashi
Motul
1998 Suzuki Esteem Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

Qty:
13.51
Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • ; Filling capacity: 0.7 litre
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1998 - Suzuki Esteem
Motul
1999 Suzuki Esteem Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

Qty:
13.51
Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • ; Filling capacity: 0.8 litre
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Suzuki Esteem
Motul
2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

Qty:
13.51
Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • ; Filling capacity: 0.7-0.8 litre
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2001 - Suzuki Grand Vitara
Motul
2001 Suzuki Grand Vitara Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

Qty:
13.51
Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2001 - Suzuki Grand Vitara

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02 Suzuki Esteem -- white smoke and battery light

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Question From gyre on 02 Suzuki Esteem -- white smoke and battery light

2002 Suzuki Esteem wagon, the past couple of days has had grey-white smoke inside the engine compartment and coming out the exhaust pipe and into the passenger compartment (if we're running the heater). I can't identify the smoke smell -- thought it might be burning rubber (from wiring insulation) but not sure.

And the battery light stays on while the car is running. This problem started the same time as the smoke problem. So I thought it might be an electrical short circuit... but then why the smoke from the exhaust?

I don't think it's a coolant leak since the coolant level is still up to the top with some in the reservoir.

The car seems to be driving as normal (no change in performance).

The weather has gotten below freezing the past couple of weeks, but not a lot below freezing. No accidents, engine work, hard driving, or anything unusual recently.

Any ideas greatly appreciated!

W.

Response From Discretesignals

White smoke could be steam from condensation in the exhaust, but then it could be coolant also. If you have it in the engine bay, you might want to have the system pressure tested to see if there are any leaks. You also need to figure out why the battery light is on. If the alternator isn't charging, you'll get stuck if your driving it.

Check your belts and hoses. Look for leaks on the ground. With the engine cold remove the radiator cap and check the coolant level in the radiator. The overflow tank might show good, but if there is a leak, the coolant system won't pull from the tank.

Response From gyre

Thanks a lot, I'll check those things out and get back. I'm pretty sure it's not steam because it has a burning smell. I just find it weird that those two problems (white smoke and battery light) are happening at the same time because they seem to relate to two different systems (cooling and electrical) and I wouldn't have thought a fault would cause a fault in the other... unless it's a coolant leak shorting out the alternator or something?? Anyway, thanks and will send an update when I know more.

Response From Discretesignals

Another possibility is the heater core is leaking and the coolant is getting onto the exhaust if the coolant is draining out of the pee pee tube. Still doesn't explain why it would be coming out the tail pipe.

Response From gyre

Thanks, will keep that one in mind too.

Response From Discretesignals

Definitely keep us in the loop. That is a weird one. Smoking alternator or burning coolant, what could it be?

Response From gyre

Got a bad feeling about this... "interesting" usually turns into "expensive"! Will keep you in the loop and appreciate the responses.

Response From gyre Top Rated Answer

The car had no battery at all this morning, which I was kind of expecting. I took it to my mechanic and got it back apparently in working order. He replaced the alternator (no surprise given the battery light) and the serpentine belt (which was apparently no longer good, but did not appear to be slipping enough to smoke, and the alternator wasn't seized), added 2 litres of engine oil (which I find interesting, it's never gotten low before), topped up the power steering fluid and tightened one of the power steering lines. Apparently the top gasket (on the engine block) is leaking a bit but it's not much, and it's still a mystery as to what was causing the smoke... could have been oil from the gasket (but doesn't look like it) or power steering fluid from a loose line (weird). Doesn't seem to be smoking now, whatever it was. I'm thinking it was probably something inside the alternator burning up as it died... are the wire windings inside usually insulated with rubber? That's what it smelled like.

Also second-guessing myself about the colour of the smoke: it was night-time, and I was watching it inside the garage (I know...) and I'm pretty sure it was white, or at least light grey, but can't be absolutely positive.

So we'll see how it does and if the repair lasts.

Would have tried some of this myself if I had the time but at least I appreciated going to the mechanic with an idea of the possible range of problems. Thanks again for the feedback yesterday and will keep in touch.

Response From gyre

Hi again -- a new problem (possibly related). When I started this thread in December the problem was white smoke, battery light, and (later) dead battery. That was solved by changing the alternator and serpentine belt (aka generator belt / drive belt, I think).

Ever since the new alternator was installed I noticed a slight whirring noise that would go up and down with the engine speed. Didn't do anything about it though I wondered if it might be a bearing or something inside the new alternator.

Now the oil pressure light is coming on, and the whirring noise is still there, so I'm wondering if they are related. I'm pretty sure it's not engine knock (it sounds more like a fan or an impeller). Can it be the oil pump? I thought those don't usually wear out.

The oil level is fine, the oil looks normal-dirty (no metal shavings in it as far as I can tell). I don't have an oil pressure gauge so haven't checked that. And, in case it makes any difference, the weather is cold up here (often -15 to -20 Celsius / 0 to 5 Fahrenheit).

Thanks for any advice!

Response From Discretesignals

You may need to connect a pressure gauge and see what the actual pressure is. That would tell you if you have a problem in the engine or a problem with the oil pressure sender/gauge.

Response From gyre

Just to close the loop on this one: I had the oil and filter and oil pressure switch changed, and one of those solved the oil light problem. I'm guessing there may have been sludge in the filter: the car gets used for a lot of short trips and it is very cold up here. I should have mentioned in my original post that the oil light was only coming on sometimes, and only at low idle.

As for the noise, a belt tensioner was frozen/jammed and replacing that stopped the noise.

Thanks for the feedback.

Response From Hammer Time

Glad you got it resolved.
Question closed as solved.

Oil leak and odd sound...

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Question From itsmole on Oil leak and odd sound...

I don't know too much about cars, so will do my best to explain. Any tips or advice would be great, as I don't want to go to a mechanic and have them hit me for more than I really need

I recently noticed that my 2005 Suzuki Forenza was leaving small oil spots on the driveway. I opened the hood in the morning before work to look and all seemed mostly normal aside from a few small oil drips collecting down near the body body part of the car. So, on my way home from work, I noticed that my car seemed louder than normal but only at low RPM and lower gears (its an auto trans). It almost sounded like the noise a muffler tip or exhaust leak would create, but coming from the front of the car and only at the lower RPM in 1st gear or so. When I opened the hood, I noticed that there was a decent amount of oil leaking from the engine case, along the seam where the top cover attaches. It is mostly on the drivers side as well and a little in the front. I looked down and saw the puddles were building up and looked like oil, but I couldnt exactly tell...liquid may have a slight red tinge to it (rust or trans fluid?).

So, aside from the noise, it seems the oil is leaking out while the engine is running and then once parked for the night, it slowly drips down. Someone I know said it may be the valve seals/gaskets have gone bad allowing oil to leak out. Does anybody else have any idea what it could possibly be so that when I talk to a mechanic, I can give him a little better info.

Thank you!

Response From Discretesignals

Does anybody else have any idea what it could possibly be so that when I talk to a mechanic, I can give him a little better info.


Hopefully your mechanic doesn't need you to describe where oil could leak out of an engine. Your mechanic should be able to get the vehicle in the air and visually see where the source of the leak is coming from. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure it out.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

First post here said you don't know much about cars but somehow need to explain what might be wrong to a mechanic! Huh? If you don't trust a particular mechanic why would you go there?

Just tell them what you notice wrong and let them tell you what is needed to fix it. The "friend of a who knows" thinks it's this or that crap if so good let them fix it. I suggest not waiting with a leak and noise together you are probably wasting time to get this fixed before it gets real expensive or a disaster,

T

Response From Hammer Time

You have a whole paragraph telling me about oil leaks and engine noises but I didn't read anything about you ever checking the oil level. Are you waiting for the engine to blow to find out if you have enough oil?

Response From itsmole

Oil level is okay, checked yesterday. Oil was changed 2-3 weeks ago with inspection. Also no smoke or lack of power, no grinding, knocking, tapping, etc associated with low oil. The sound is a low pitch rumble only at low RPM ang gear. Sounds similar to an exhaust leak as I said.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Something is leaking pretty heavily so maybe you should check the trans fluid, coolant and power steering fluid to find out what you are losing. As far as the noise, you'll need to pinpoint it down a little better as the where it's originating from. Maybe you can record the sounds and upload it to youtube and post the link here.