Are you having Daihatsu Sirion automatic transmission problems? If so the most common issues around the this model include lack of gearbox oil, check to see if the colour looks red, to see check the oil there is a automatic gearbox dipstick, another consideration is to check the transmission oil filter which needs to be replaced approximately every 3 or so years. Finally is problems still occur it maybe worth checking the automatic transmission module behind the glove-box, although unlikely this could be your problem. For more information on the automatic transmission on the Daihatsu Sirion. You may want to consider purchasing the Daihatsu Sirion Repair Manual, this very in depth, well illustrated, downloadable manual covers near all aspects of repair for your Daihatsu Sirion.
It maybe time to consider a Daihatsu Sirion gearbox oil change, this is one of the most common way to resolve any transmission problem, simply find the correct oil and procedure via your owners handbook or via our downloadable workshop manual ( link above ).
Stuff you will need for an oil change for the Daihatsu Sirion :
1. 2 litre of gearbox oil ( 75W-90 GL4 )
2. Allen Key 8mm
3. Socket 8mm
4. Jack or ramps
6. WD40 or similar for tight nutts
7. Funnel for transmission oil.
9. Protection for eyes and hands.
Consequently is you want to Future proof repairs and servicing on your Sirion, consider downloading the official Daihatsu workshop manual, no need to have any mechanical or technical knowledge as this manual gives step by step instruction to get your project up and running again. Areas covered in this manual include General Information, Periodic Maintenance, Fuel System, Cooling System, Engine Lubrication System, Engine Removal & Installation, Crankshaft & Transmission, Wheels and Tires, Brakes Suspension and Electrical System. These manuals are the same publications used by the official Daihatsu dealers, thousands of pages of know how, photos and pictures that will help you get your Sirion back on the road. This manual is written in Englsih and is PDF based so will be view-able on most operating systems.