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Transmission Fluid

Transmission fluid acts as a lubricant for all the moving parts inside the car’s transmission. In an automatic transmission, it works as a coolant and transmits power from the engine to the transmission.
Same place you check the fluid level. Some have sealed transmissions, there is no dipstick, there is a red knob on top of transmission that says transmission fluid
where do you put the tranmission fluid on a 1999 Audi A8
the Automatic 700-r4 holds 11.6 quarts total (5 quarts pan service) Using Dexron fluid only
Answer . Read your owner's manual. you can check the fluid level on bottom of pan with #30 star bit to add fluid you have to have fluid pump to put fluid in bottom plug on pan
Answer . there should be a drain plug on the bottom or side near the bottom. and a little dip stick near an electrical plug on top. it is white and flips up to release.
Answer . In loo of the first answer to this inquiry, I'd just like to say, I hate it when people answer questions like this with unhelpful things such as "check your owner's manual." Obviously if we are looking for answers on here, we either don't have an owners manual as our car is over 15 years...
there is 2 bolts 1 in the center that's your drain plug. and the other on the rear left or right corner that's the "overflow" plug that's where you put it in you just kind of do it until it starts to come back out, the dealer says to use a "temp guage" but blah its not a fun job either way i ruined...
Manual . You can buy a manual on line fot the specific automobile you have that has all the answers to servicing that certain make and model. My husband just boutgh one for his auto to find out how to drain and refill the transmission fluid.
Actually , starting with the 2002 Ford Explorer ( 4 door ) the automatic transmission doesn't have a dipstick
According to the 2005 Lincoln LS Owner Guide : The 5R55S automatic transmission does not have a dipstick
the stall speed of the converter really has no bearing on trans shifting firmness. Of course with higher rpms, there should be higher line pressure which will cause shifts be firmer and hold with higher torque demand. Soft sluggish shifts can be a sign or worn components or overall low line pressure...
It has a transmission, so yes.
It would depend on which transmission you have but most GM automatics including the torque converter, take 10 to 12 quarts if they are bone dry. If your just dropping the pan, 4 to 6 quarts.
no is no dipstick for it..you add fluid from a small hole on the side pan untill its full..the extra fluid will go out automaticly
In a car with a manual transmission the driver not only has tochoose between the different forward gears(4-6 of them) himself, healso has to operate the clutch, the gadget that momentarilyseparates the gearbox from the engine in order to change the gears.
Ford lists the capacity as 5 quarts.
Answer . automatic oil dexton lll. Answer . automatic oil dexton lll
drain bolt is on the left side (clutch side) and check bolt is on the right side (engine side)
To the transmission. Down the dipstick tube.
Standing facing the front of the car ,the dipstick is located on the left side, about a foot left from the center and 1 foot down from the top, just almost at the bottom of the a/c fan shroud a short dipstick 3 ins.level of fluid should be check engine not running
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the 5 speed manual transmission ( according to the Owner Guide )
I use Mercon. My 98 S10 5 speed now has 178K with no problems.
You add auto tranny fluid through the tranny dip stick tube. Usually need a long stemmed funnel. That's it. Good luck.
Any brand of Dexron II transmission fluid can be used in place ofCastol Dexron II. There may be some minor differences betweenCastrol and a cheaper brand, but for the most part, the performancewill be the same.
The fluid is added down the dipstick tube.
You add fluid at the same place you check the level.
The AW4 trans uses Dextron III. The AX5 and AX15 manuals uses 80w90
It doesn't have a drain plug, you have to remove the oil pan to drain.
I also have an f350 with the 7.3 and there is no other place to fill it besides the dipstick area use a funnel and be careful.
If it is a 2005 or later the dipstick is a special tool that is only available to the dealer.
According to my Haynes manual, all but the older Sunfires don't have dipsticks. There is a fill plug on the side of the transaxle. To check fluid level, remove the plug and stick your finger in the hole. If it comes out wet, the fluid level is OK. If it comes out dry, add a bit of fluid until your...
Answer . Through the dipstick tube
Actually , the manual transaxle does not have a dipstick ( just the automatic )
You cant change the actual manual transmission into an Auto howeverr you can take out the manual and put in an automatic transmission instead.. You can but it will take time and can carry a high price. The 'simplest' way is to get the equivalent engine/gearbox as a complete unit and do the...
Saginaw-Muncie 465, used in GM light duty trucks until 1987. Four speed manual transmission, direct drive. Very solid, reliable transmission.
Down the tube that holds the trans dipstick. You need a special funnel that fits in the tube, cheap in Walmart.
there isent one, there is a little red cap on top of the trans have fun
Type F transmission fluid was formulated specifically for Ford automatic transmissions, primarily the C4 and C6 transmissions that were used in the 1960s through the 1980s. At some point, Ford switched from using Type F to the newer Dextron III formulation.
It 12 years old you should have it serviced perhaps the seals need replaced, an are sure it's the Trans leaking and not the engine.
This is not good with any fluids in you car or machinery. It can affect operation, ruin or blow seals etc. You can get a pump at car parts stores (I got one) that is very handy to have. I would suggest you go buy one and pump some of that transmission fluid out. Right at the fill tube!!!!
Find out why it is missing. Bad plug, plug wire, injector, etc. if its not plugs wires or coil it could be ignition modular its under the coil packets
Manual transmissions dont use fluid, they use a kind of grease.
You can't:Get your oil changed at a shop,and tell them to check the. tranny fluid.If it is low,then you may be expierancing A LEAK!OTHER THAN THAT I KNOW HOW WE ALL FEEL...............
The Recommended Fluid is Automatic Transmission Fluid, Dexron® III/F/G. If you want a longer lasting fluid then I suggest. Amsoil Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid Amsoil Torque-Drive™ Synthetic Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATD) Hope This Helps.
Answer . \nThe easiest fix is to go to any Jiffy Lube or quick lube and ask for the transmission service. Otherwise it is a real pain.
If you don't see a plug screewed into the bottom side of the transmission pan, Then yours don't have 1. You will have to remove the transmission pan to change the fluid and filter.
Answer . probably not this sounds like something a mechanic would need to look at but i would be present and look into the pan when they remove it to see if there are signs of metal this indicates some internal parts are breaking.\nbut if it is only clunking when you first put it into gear check...
The fill plug is on the transmission pan. Fill above the plug level its best to use a transfer pump for this. Fill past the plug and let drain till the fluid starts gulping out of the hole then plug it and your ready to go. Don't forget to use ONLY LAND ROVER GENUINE FLUID otherwise DAMAGE COULD...
Very easy ,remove a square nut located on the side of the transmission into a container . replace fluid till it seeps out or level with opening and replace nut and bring old oil to a recycle center like wal mart . Be sure to tighten nut .
Not recommended. Crosman sell a special oil for air guns it cost around $6 it's called pellgun oil. airgun seals are different from automotive seals.
I need to know fluid type speccifications for manual transmission Chevy 1985 s-10 5spd Chevy 1985 s-10 what type of manual transmission fluid
It would be to your advantage to go to bgfindashop.com and locate a shop near you that uses BG Chemicals and equipment. The transmission has a cleaner put in it to dissolve the varnish buildup. Then the entire system is completely flushed and exchanged with new fluid. Then a conditioner is added.
A C6 transmission including the torque converter will take 12.5 quarts.
First thing that is needed is the motor size(4or6) auto or manual transmission so that the proper information will be given.
you need a machine like a t-tech other wise its darn near impossible Is the t-tech machine a flushing method? Just want to drain whats in the pan and add new fluid. Leave filter intact. well if you drop the plug you only get about 30% of the fluid. if you want that make sure you got a dip...
This Vechile takes Hyundai ATF SP-II M Transmission fluid. dexron 3
I own a 1983 VT750C, the same bike with 45.5cc's extra. The mechanics are the same. Sara is right, there might be clutch issues. It's cheap and easy to rebuild the clutch. They take a lot of abuse, so here are some other options. Very simply open the reservoir for Clutch Fluid. If it seems...
Driving in 3rd gear instead of fourth will not affect your transmission as much as your engine. In fact, if you are driving in a manner that causes a lot of shifting between 3rd and 4th, it may be easier on the transmission to leave it in 3rd. If your transmission needs fixed, I don't think it would...
on the front of the gear box there is a plastic wing nut undo this and fill to the bottom of the hole
Answer . The transmission fluid portal is located under the car on the resevior, transmission fluid must be pumped using a pump. Need to raise car to access, inconvenient, recommend taking to auto shop. Difficult to do it yourself.
You are talking about a 1996 ISUZU HOMBRE 2.2L 4-cyl Engine Code 4 The rear axle fluid that is recommended is Differential, Front .....GL-5[5][6] All Temps......80W-90 Differential, Rear .....GL-5[7][8] All Temps......80W-90 5. 80W-90 GL-5 is a synthetic lube; GM part no. 1052271. ...
Down the tube that holds the trans dipstick. - Use a special trans funnel, correct size, long and flexible, cheap in Walmart.
Piece of cake. With the engine warm, pop the hood and find the transmission dipstick. it will be inside a long tube that's attached to the transmission. Remove the stick, wipe it with a clean cloth, reinsert in in the tube, pull it out and read it. If it's brown and stinks, have it changed. If it's...
Automatic or Standard?? Manual Transmission,5-SPD.....GLS[3] AMSOIL Synthetic Synchromesh Transmission Fluid Automatic Transmission,250 (3T40).....AF6 AMSOIL Synthetic Transmission Fluid Automatic Transmission,125 (3T40).....AF6 AMSOIL Synthetic Transmission Fluid Automatic...
It's inside the Transmission oil pan. Wix Filter # 58888 Hope This Helps.
Toyota T-IV type automatic transmission fluid as stated in the owners manual. Mobile 1 makes a compatible fluid: Mobile ATF 3309 . Do not use any fluid that does not meet T-IV requirements.
There isn't one, you have to remove the pan to drain the fluid.
Best place to look for vehicle fluid specs. is at www.amsoil.com. Click on their "online application guide", follow through with your make-year-model. Of course they will recommend their product, which is excellent, but I have found that that year and range of Mazda 626's require "Dexron II". Use a ...
I have a 1999 Potiac Grand Am SE, and I cannot find the transmission dip stick to check the transmission fluid.
It could be as simple as a few bolts need to be tightened, or it could be a worn/failed seal.
the basic parameters of transmission lines are R,L,C and G...........
Most standard transmissions take 85w90 gear oil. To be sure, check an owners manual or call a dealership.
Automatic Transmission, 3-Shallow PanD Initial Fill..........2.7 quarts[2] Automatic Transmission, 4-Shallow PanD Initial Fill..........3.3 quarts[2] Automatic Transmission, Total Fill 3 speed ..........5.9 quarts 4 speed ..........7.6 quarts Manual Transmission, ..........4.0 pints [2]...
i think the energy (fuel) is more consumed in automatic shifting of gears whereas the same is done manually.. this could only be the reason..