A gearbox warning light that stays on even when the fluid light stays on may mean that there is something more serious going on with your car. Your Fiat should be taken to a mechanic to get checked.
The 1997 Honda Civic gearbox has a fluid capacity of 4.8 quarts. You can check the gearbox fluid level with the gearbox dipstick.
its on the bottom of the gearbox sump. but advise this be done by specialist as it requires diagnostic equipment to get fluid to correct level and pressure else it will go into limp mode
fill through the gearbox dipstick tube until correct level achieved
you mite have to remove the speedo cable from the gearbox to top up the gearbox fluid, there should be a level mark on the base of the speedo cable when removed from gearbox. or there will be a bolt half way up the gearbox abut 23 or24mm in size, you will have to remove this and pour gearbox fluid in there until it begings to come out that hole. hope this helps.
washer fluid low level warning light. fill up your washer fluid.
Fill the washer fluid or repair the level sensor in the washer fluid bottle.
Check Hanbrake, Brake fluid level and Clutch fluid level. It could be any of the three.
There is an oil level plug near to where the left hand drive shaft enters the gearbox. It is quite difficult to get at. I think that a 13mm spanner is the correct size for it.
Brake Fluid Level Warning LightWithout being able to personally troubleshoot the system, no one can be positive about the cause of your warning light activation.However, based on the limited info in your question I suspect that that warning light is for the LEVEL of fluid in the brake fluid reservoir. Some vehicles have a switch in the brake fluid reservoir to warn you when the brake fluid level is approaching an unsafe low level.If the fluid level is "sort of" low, then changes in motion of the vehicle cause "sloshing" of the fluid, thus changing the level at the sensor switch.Therefore, I suggest that the first thing to check is the fluid level in the reservoir. IF that is not low, then the cause may be a defect in the switch itself.The fact that the light comes on and goes off, and that the occurrence is directly related to slowing and/or turning of the vehicle suggests that the fluid is low, and is sloshing when the motion of the vehicle changes, and thus sometimes indicates an adequate fluid level, but sometimes a low level. Good luck.Oh, and if you have to add brake fluid, be sure to use the CORRECT fluid for YOUR vehicle.
On an Automatic there is usually a dip stick near the back of the engine. usually you check it while it is ruining in neutral. With a manual gearbox there is a screw in the side of the box sum that overflows when the gearbox oil level is right.
When the fluid level is correct, either by a dipstick or a check plug.
1. Low steering fluid level. 2. Incorrect software version in steering ECU. 3. Failed steering ECU. Some Early Vectras (of the Vectra "C" model) had a fluid level switch in the fluid bottle. This switch is well known for giving false "low fluid" warning messages, and was deleted from later cars. There is a software update available from Vauxhall dealers, that deletes the "low fluid level" function. If the software update does not fix the problem, and the fluid level is correct, a new steering pump/ECU/fluid reservoir assembly will be needed. (or just ignore the massage)