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.
If you are not comfortable with changing your fluid yourself, go to a dealership
You should use only Honda genuine transmission fluid. You can get a gallon of it at your local Honda dealer and change it yourself.
go to the Chevrolet dealer and buy only syncromesh transmission fluid. do not add anything else it will ruin your transmission.
I don't think you can change it. I have a 1999 catera and my transmission fluid has to be changed at the dealer.
Right side of the engine, next to the battery department. It has a little cap, can't change it yourself have to take it to the dealer to have it changed...
In fact I would advise against it on a high mileage transmission.
It is a special tool that only the dealer has. You can not check the fluid yourself.
It should be under the dash between the radio and accelerator. You can change it yourself, but it will have to be programmed by a dealer or mechanic.
Take to your local Nissan dealer
The transmission fluid is called synchromesh its a special fluid was only available at a dealer now penzoil makes their own. The gm part number is #12345876 I believe.
cherck with the dealer i think that need syncromesh gear oil will blow the tranny
Yes...I checked with the dealer parts depatment and it come up as the same part number. But you should compare the old with the new to see for yourself that they match. Good luck with your repair.
At the dealer: $500 to $700. If you do it yourself: $100 to $200, (plus oxygen sensor if needed) assuming that you take it to a transmission shop for the transmission service.
C$200 @ Langley Nissan Dealer
i was told by the dealer on a 1993 civic there is no filter just change the fluid.
Take it to the dealer. It's a hard one to do yourself.
Most Honda's have an internal, non-serviceable filter that is only changed when the transmission is rebuilt. Call a Honda dealer to be sure.
I carried my 2004 CTS back to dealer, they said they had to reset the computer. It made mine change right.
Call dealer today and been told: DEXRON VI
That would depend on what is wrong with the transmission. Repairing an A/T or a Manual transmission is a repair that requires skill, knowledge, and training, in other words a professional. Take it to a trusted independent or Saturn dealer. Avoid chain transmissions shops. As you don't state the problem, about all you can do yourself is change the fluid and filter if you have the skill to accomplish this. If you are experiencing rough shifting or hesitation, change the fluid and filter or have it done.
A couple things 1st check the transmission pan for oil leaks and change the gasket also change the filter while you are in there if that is the problem. 2nd check the transmission lines that goto the oil cooler on the radiator, these are short hoses approx 6-10 inches in length that allow fluid to be pumped to the cooler and back to the transmission,they are known to rust out right in the bends. They are also a factory item so you would have to order from a dealer or make your own with the correct fittings,transmission hose and hose clamps.. Good Luck hope this was helpfull
If you do not know how to change it yourself than go to a dealer or autoshop and have them do it and ask them to teach you how to do it your self
It is a specific Transmission fluid available from the Dodge dealer. It is called Sprinter/Crossfire transmission fluid.It is a specific Transmission fluid available from the Dodge dealer. It is called Sprinter/Crossfire transmission fluid.
Fuel pump is in the tank, take to dealer or be adventerous and do it yourself
Some GM automatic equipped vehicles have a sealed transmission with no dip stick. Look in your owner's manual or call a GM dealer to be sure.
Had a 1995 Cavalier with a similar problem. It was some type of solenoid on the transmission (automatic). Cost about $500 to replace at the dealer.