Follow the speedometer cable into the transmission. The dipstick is at the end of the cable.
You're a dipstick, its a MANUAL transmission, they want to know where the "fill plug" is? ________________________________________________________
Actually the previous contributor is right. To check the MANUAL Transmission Fluid level you must remove the speedometer cable drive. There are marks on the drive end to show the level. This is also the filler for the transmission. I know it is not standard, remember this is a Korean car. ________________________________________________________ Correct- unscrew the bottom-most speedometer fitting, right on top of the trans. You will need quite a long funnel with a pretty small end on it to get fluid into the hole, and that is your only option. It's Mercon ATF, by the way. I don't use the dipstick feature because it's hard to find, hard to see, and hard to use. I just drained it and measured out the transmission's capacity. As long as you don;t have a leak, it will hold its level. Mine's got over 250,000 miles so far, and I've never had to top off my trans fluid. If you're doing much work on it, by all means buy a Haynes or Chilton Service Manual. Cheap as heck and has everything you'll ever need to know inside it. Get one at AutoZone, Advance Auto Parts or Pep Boys or any decent parts store. ________________________________________________________ Specifically for the Aspire 5-speed, first disconnect the speedometer cable at the transmission with a crescent wrench. Remove the 10mm bold holding in the gear assembly. It is a tight fit, so you'll have to turn/wiggle it to slide it out. To add fluid, I recommend a funnel with at least a 12" hose to reach the filler hole. The drain plug is a 3/4" bolt, accessible through a rectangular opening in the frame brace bar beneath the car. The 1994 to 1997 SE or LE models all use the same 5-speed manual transmission. It's capacity is 2.5 liters (2.6 qts.US or 2.2 qts.Imp) using either Dextron III or Mercon ATF (don't mix, choose one). Don't use synthetic ATF unless it was recently rebuilt.
mercon dexron3 atf
Motorcraft Mercon Automatic transmission fluid according to the manual ( For the automatic and the manual transaxle / transmission )
I don't know if the 1995 is the same , but the ( 1996 ) Ford Aspire uses Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the manual trans-axle ( manual transmission )
The ( 1996 ) Ford Aspire Owner Guide shows that Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the automatic and manual transaxles ( transmissions )
The manual transaxle takes Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid according to the owners manual ( which can be viewed on-line at www . motorcraft service . com - no spaces - click on Owner Guides )
You can use any SAE certified manual transmission fluid in your 1996 Ford manual transmission. Make sure you use manual transmission fluid and not automatic transmission fluid.
The manual transmission drain plug is located on the rear of the transmission housing. It is an 8mm hex nut.
If its a manual transmission: There isn't one you have to pull the plug on the transmission itself.If its a automatic transmission: Its located near the firewall on the passengers side of the engine compartment.Hope this helps!
in the transmission
Hey dude, you did not specify if it is automatic or standard transmission. If it is Manual Transmission, it is located on top of the transmission.
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the 5 - speed manual transmission in a 1996 Ford Explorer
According to the owners manual ( which can be viewed on-line at www . motorcraft service . com - no spaces - click on Owner Guides ) Both the manual and the automatic transaxle take Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid
Right next to the clutch hydraulic line where it enters the bellhousing.
( 5 w 30 ) according to the owners manual
On a Manual Transmission Located on Left Hand Side of Trans. As for the Automatic Transmission your on your own. Hope This Helps.
The 5 speed manual transaxle takes Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ( according to the 1996 Ford Contour owners manual )
Where do I put the transmission fluid in a 1996 Toyota t100
Located on the drivers' side of the transmission.
where is the transmission control modual located on a 1996 lincolncontinental
inside the transmission.
The transmission dipstick is located to the left of the engine on a 1996 Toyota Avalon. It is near the oil dipstick.
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for the 5 speed manual transmission ( synthetic MERCON with the 7.3 L diesel )
Mercon works fine.
i belive on a manual transmission its acually located on the transmission should be like a 18mm to a 22mm fill plug usually located on the driver side of the transmission if you can check it from the top you can fill from the top but i don't belive manual trans have a dip stick if you remove the plug on the side of the transmission and fluid comes out its full you may have to check fluid specs with your local dealership or parts store to ensure proper fluid