The manual transmissions on the Mazda Mx-3 series cars are filled through the speedometer sensor hole. Simply remove the 2 bolts that hold it on, pull out the sensor, taking care not to damage/dirty the sensor, and fill to the appropriate level.
Alternatively, there is a check and drain plug on the transmission, underneath the car. The transmission is located on the drivers side, beside the engine and the plugs are recognized because they are fairly large hexagonal plugs. The drain plug is nearest the bottom and the check plug (or fill plug) is up a little ways and facing the front of the car.
It goes through the dipstick..
There is no stick on a manual transmission, you check the fluid with the fill plug
I know if you have an auto transmission v6 Mazda mx6 93. You can put the transmission fluid in a 1993 Mazda Mx6 v6 from where you check the dip of transmission fluid. It is located close to the battery and close to the fuel filter. Its cap is orange color. For the manual transmission, you have to look under neath of the car, there is a bolt for drain and a bolt for to fill. Look around it, you will see it.
there is no fill plug u fill transmission thru the transmission dipstick tube
My Haynes repair manual shows Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for the 5 speed Mazda manual transmission - check to see if ATF is stamped somewhere near the transmission fill plug
I'm guessing you're talking about 1985 through 1993? You will need about 4 1/4 quarts of GL-4 85w-90 transmission fluid. Or to the bottom of the threads on the filler bolt
Where do you fill the transmission fluid on a 07 Hyundai elantra 5 speed
and what type transmission fluid
To check the fluids in a manual transmission you have to get under the vehicle and remove the fill plug on the side of the housing for a manual does not have a dipstick
I need to where the transmission fill is located on my 1993 chevy caprice classic.
I remove the transmission dip stick and insert a funnel to fill it right there.
If I am not mistaken a manual or 5 speed transmission doesn't have transmission fluid.
Should be a plug at the side of the transmission fill to this level
If you have the owners' manual, check it. If not, the 1992 Rangers' Mazda 5-speed manual transmission called for MERCON ATF..yes that's correct; Automatic Transmission fluid goes in the manual transmission. You can fill it through the Hex- bolt hole located on the driver's side of the unit near the middle.
Use a funnel and pour the fluid in SLOWLY through the dipstick opening. Do NOT overfill the transmission!
There is a fill plug on the body of the 5 speed manual transmission
You will have to go underneath your car to fill it up. Look for the transmission. On it there will be to large plugs. One is the drain plug, and the other is the check plug. The one that is lower to the ground is the drain plug, and the other is the check plug (which should be located on the forward side of the transmission). Take off this plug and then you can proceed to fill the transmission. It is full when the fluid is level with the check plug.
If your car is 5-speed, there is no dip stick. The fill plug is the check on them. Unsure where there's one on an automatic.
where the dipstick comes out stick a funnel right in hole and fill
All automatic transmissions fill thru the dipstick tube.
where is the drain or fill plug for a 2001 bmw 325 ci transmission
ok, to start off, not trying to sound like a smartass or anything, but their is no dipstick on a manual transmission. their is a fill/check plug on the side of the transmission. you have to take it out and check the level that way on a manual transmission.
Fill the transmission filter with transmission fluid before you put the new transmission filter on. You probably will not need to add any transmission fluid.
Should be a plug at the side of transmission - fill to oil starts coming out of this plug
Many of the newer vehicles do not have a transmission dip-stick. There should be and inspection/fill hole on the side of the transmission. Remove the plug and fill with with the proper fluid untill the fluid is at the bottom of the fill hole.