The transmission fluid needs to be changed in a 1996 Nissan Sentra every 30,000 miles. The transmission fluid capacity is shown when the dip stick registers full.
in the dip stick hole.
Yes, you can buy a Nissan 350z in either Automatic or Manual Transmission. MINE HAS THE AUTOMATIC OR YOU CAN MANUALLY SHIFT IT BY PUSHING THE STICK OVER TO MANUAL, IT IS A LITTLE DIFFERENT FROM A REGULAR STICK SHIFT BECAUSE YOU JUST PUSH IT UP FOR THE NEXT GEAR OR PULL IT BACK FOR A LOWER
behind the stick shift
You add transmissioin fluid through the same hole where the transmission dip stick is located. You'll need a long-necked funnel to prevent any spillage.
If it is a Manual transmission there is an oil fill plug on the front of the transmission, that takes a 3/8" drive ratchet to remove. Fill it until it starts to drip from the hole or until you can stick your finger in the hole and feel the fluid. If it is an automatic pull the dipstick and fill through the dip tube with a funnel until the dipstick says it's full.
Yes, make sure it is the dipstick in front near the battery and it is setting below the top of the engine.
It can come with either one. But the standard is an automatic transmission.
Don't do it. It's a sports car, learn to drive a stick. If you are replacing an automatic transmission... then I would think this would be a good opportunity to upgrade to a manual. You're cutting off about 20hp and 10ft lbs of torque by keeping an automatic transmission.
It means that you do not have stick shift in your car, your car shifts gears for you, you don't have to do it, so basically if you don't have a stick shift car you have an automatic transmission car.
You can fill the transmission through the transmission dip stick tube.
I believe that is Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid , pull your transmission dip stick out and confirm with printing on dip stick
Through where the transmission dip stick tube.
The automatic transmission will have a dip stick location on a 1982 Honda Civic. Pull the dip stick to see the color and texture of the fluid.
If it's automatic, facing the engine, it is a gray pull stick on the left side of the engine close to the firewall and valve cover.
FYI Manufactures have stopped putting dip sticks on some transmissions so that do-it-yourselfers cant add the wrong transmission fluid to the transmission. If you mix different transmission fluids the chemical reactions can change the viscosity of the fluid and turn it to sludge.
you have to buy a new transmission.
manual or automatic transmission
if it is automatic then " yes ".
The automatic transmission fluid dipstick is just to the passenger side of the engine by the firewall
It dosent have any dip stick on it
Through the transmission dip stick hole.
The 2002 and newer Ford Explorer 4 door models do not have an automatic transmission dipstick
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