the input and output speed sensors are on th driver side of the transmission located one on each side of the dipstick
its just above the transmission in between the cylinder heads
Try replacing both transmission speed sensors (around $20 each located on transmission)
there is no dip stick for a manual transmission .there is a bolt on the side of the trans you have to pull then stick your finger in ..if you can touch it its ok
Dexron II (or III) is the recommended automatic transmission fluid for a 1994 Mazda Navajo. It requires 3 quarts to do a fluid change.
transmission fluid is in the transmission
On the top of the transmission, with a harness headed to it, should be about 3 bolts to take off, then valve comes off... shift solenoids are in there
It is located on the right, behind and to the left of the battery, about 6 inches below the top of the engine. It is really hard to get to.
Inside the transmission