Why? There is no need to change the manual transmission fluid in a 2 year old vehicle.
I have a 2001 Nissan Sentra SE and it was suggested I change it every 100,000 miles.
Kia Rio manual trans fluid changeChange the manual transmission fluid, first remove drain pulg on the lower bottom of the transmission. Drain old fluid. Reinstall drain plug. Remove the speed cable housing from the transmission, this is where you add the new fluid.
there should be a fill plug on the side of the transmission case. its a bolt the size of a quarter.
take it to the dealership, a nissan sentra takes atf fluid you can only buy at the dealership. For how much the fluid and tools for it cost it will be about the same price for them to do it
there is no fluid for a manual transmission
you change the manual transmission fluid in a '99 cavalier simply by removing the transmission drain plug and allowing all the fluid to drain then replace the plug and refill with Syncromesh transmission fluid(that is the fluid recommended by Chevy for use in your transmission) It should take 2 quarts.
In my grand am se I have to take it to a shop and they have to check the tranny fluid with a analizer. ya.
You can use any SAE certified manual transmission fluid in your 1996 Ford manual transmission. Make sure you use manual transmission fluid and not automatic transmission fluid.
To change the transmission fluid on the manual 1998 Ford Escort ZX2, drain the fluid from the drain hole near the speed sensor. Then refill the fluid using the plug in the side of the transmission.
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.
Usually runs between 110 and 150
how do you change the transmossion fluid in a manual nissan altima se?
When the fluid no longer look red. Transmission fluid normally doesn't have to be changed that often. For a manual transmission, maybe after 100K. The manual transmission fluid is thicker and hardly ever breaks down. Unless the gears are clashing, etc. But for an automatic transmission: that would depend on how you drive you vehicle. A good idea for a transmission fluid change would be every 3rd to 4th motor oil change. The transmission fluid is completely different from motor oil, but will eventually wear out. I say a fluid and filter change. It is usually a bad idea to get a transmission flush if the transmission is doing good, so far.
read owners manual
= Manual transmission Oil Change = http://www.techguys.ca/howto/transmission_fluid.html http://www.instructables.com/id/Manual-transmission-Oil-Change/
Based on the user manual and the repair manual...your transmission and power steering fluid are the same - Dexron II (Dexron III is supposed to work as it covers those that recommend II and III) This is automatic transmission fluid NOT power steering fluid.
Manual transmission fluid is MERCON automatic transmission fluid.
I dont think manual transmission cars use transmission fluid.
Synchromesh Manual Transmission Fluid
You can use any SAE certified transmission fluid in your 1998 Ford escort manual transmission. Make sure the transmission fluid is for your manual transmission and not an automatic transmission.
you cant check the transmission fluid on any manual transmission
Where do I add transmission fluid to a 1994 Ford explorer with a manual transmission?