If you want to do it yourself, go to this site. It has step by step information on how to change your transmission fluid if you have an automatic transmission without a dipstick. http://www.j-body.org/forums/read.php?f=11&i=88582&t=88570#88582 If you are not comfortable with changing your fluid yourself, go to a dealership
Just a guess but your problem may be with the transmission filter. I recently changed mine on a 2001 Cavalier (64,900 miles) and found it runs much cooler and better. The transmission filter and gasket cost about $16.00 plus transmission fluid (4 1/2 quarts on my 3 speed automatic). If you have a socket set you can do this yourself and save about $50 from what a reasonably priced shop will charge.
$1,000 to $1,500 if you do the work yourself.
A manual transmission on a car is one that you control yourself via a stick shift. An automatic transmission is one that the car controls, based on your speed and incline.
you answered it yourself, a 4 speed with overdrive
If by standard you mean manual (one you shift yourself), it would be automatic. It is cheper for the car manufacturer to make manual transmission than automatic. However, since automatic cars have become so prominent many manufacturers don't charge extra for an automatic transmission.
134 A which is available at any auto store. You can but a hose kit and a can of it and put it in yourself for about $15.00
if it is an automatic you cant yourself it is a closed system. if it is a manual i dont know.
Yes, you can change your automatic transmission to a Tiptronic or manual transmission in a 2001 Toyota Celica. The cost will vary depending on the type of transmission and whether or not you do the work yourself. To have the transfer done, it could cost up to about $8000 or even a little more. Doing it yourself would probably cost under $5000.
I assume you are referring to a manual transmission as you said oil. The transmission lube is added on the upper side of the transmission under the car. There you will find a plug. Why are you adding lube? If you wish to change it, I suggest you take it to a garage with a lift and the proper lube equipment. Save yourself the hassel, of messing with this, as you will need a hand pump to add lube. Now, if you are talking about an Automatic Transmission, you add ATF the same place you check it.
$25.00 parts and $75.00 labor do it yourself and you will have no labor costs, and the belt less than $15
Cut it off, torch or saw. Have a muffler shop do the job. Save yourself a headache and busted knuckles.