If your Toyota has a manual transmission, the fluid will be put in by removing the gearshift, and literally pouring the fluid into the cavity under the shifter.
what is the firing order for a corolla 1984? The firing order for Toyota Corolla from 1984 to 1989 is 1,3,4,2.
A 1984 Toyota pickup will not go into gear if the transmission fluid is low or the linkage is not adjusted. The fluid must be checked with the engine idle and at operating temperature.
The spark plug gap for a 1984 Toyota Corolla should be set at .044 inches. The best spark plug for this vehicle is an Iridium plug.
ask the guy at the parts store
Since 1984, all Toyota Corolla are equiped with front wheel drive.
The AE86 it the best corolla car out there. There is an SR5 And a GTS. Fun and gas efficient. Year 1984-1987
No. Toyota changed the Corolla from rear to front wheel drive in 1983 for the 1984 Model year, with the exception of the SR5 Corolla, all other Trims and sub~models were Front WD
well it all depends on where it is leaking.if its the pan maybe a lose bolt of bad gasket.if its by the cv shaft maybe they are nto locked in properly.
transmission fluid is getting into engine in our 1984 ford f 150
When I serviced my transmission, I bought fluid and parts from the dealer. It is a special "synthetic oil" fluid.
Most likely causes are low transmission fluid level, dirty transmission fluid, or clogged transmission fluid filter.
Automatic Transmission fluid
Attached to the rear of the engine is the transmission. There is a filler tube coming out of the transmission and it usually has a red dipstick that you remove to add fluid. Dexron 3 is the fluid to be added.
yes most of them are ******* No. Toyota went from rear to frontwheel drive in 1983 for the 1984 Model year Corolla with the exception of the XR5, which in turn went front wheel drive in 1985
there should be an upper and lower bolt on the underside of your transmission. undo the lower bolt to drain the fluid. undo the upper bolt and put some fluid in to drain the old. tighten the lower then fill to the hole. tighten the upper bolt
It doesn't have a dipstick for the manual transmission , the transmission fluid level is checked at the FILL PLUG on the side of the transmission
Dextron Automatic Transmision Fluid, Not gear lube.
If it is an automatic transmission it should use Dextron 2 type of transmission fluid. If it is a standard it will use a heavy gear oil. Auto parts stores should have the volume needed if you are doing a fluid change.
Down same tube that holds trans dipstick.
if it is using trnasmission fluid you could have a bad tansmission modulator. take it to a shop
Look on the side of the transmission housing for a filler plug. It is usually circular cap with a square indentation. You need a 1/2 inch drive socket with an extension to open it. Transmission fluid will have to be pumped into the tranny.
either Dextron II or III will work
There is a plug on the upper side of the transmission that you remove and add lube to. This is best left to a professional who has a rack and the correct lube.