My 96 Sunfire has no red cap, it has a regular dipstick. You'll want to find a small funnel. The fluid goes where the dipstick is supposed to be. I would also go to the parts store and get a new dipstick.
Through the automatic transmission dipstick tube with a funnel
Automatic transmission oil filters ware located inside the transmission, under the transmission oil pan. You have to remove the transmission oil pan to replace it and then you will need to refill it with new transmission fluid.
The automatic transmission will hold almost nine quarts.
For automatic trans you refill the fluid thru the dipstick and for manual theres a fill hole in the tranny..
To drain and refill it takes 2.5 quarts of Mercon Automatic Transmission Fluid.
Fluid capacity depends on the transmission on your vehicle, it should be stamped on the transmission pan. 4L60-E Automatic Transmission Drain and Refill 4.7 Liters (5.0 Quarts) Overhaul 10.6 Liters (11.0 Quarts)4L80-E Automatic Transmission Drain and Refill 7.3 Liters (7.7 Quarts) Overhaul 12.8 Liters (13.5 Quarts)
7.4 Quarts Application: With automatic transmission Total refill (includes torque converter)
if it is a automatic transmission you should change it every 15,000 miles, and if its a manual its recomeded at 30,000-45,000
automatic transmission fluid, ATF
8.6 Quarts With automatic transmission Total refill (includes torque converter)
if it's a v8 5.0 3 QuartsApplication:With automatic transmissionTransmission model AOTFluid and filter change12.3 QuartsApplication:With automatic transmissionTransmission model AOTTotal refill (includes torque converter)
Drain and Refill Automatic Transmission Fluid - Volume: 3.20QTS. ( 3.0L )
auto-drain the fluid replace the filter and refill with new AFT (automatic transmission fluid) mannul-drain and replace fluid
For 1991 Camry Automatic Transmission: 2VZ-FE engine (V6), dry fill: 6.2 qt, drain and refill: up to 2.6 3S-FE engine (4 Cylinders), dry fill: 5.9 qt, drain and refill: up to 2.6 All-trac/4WD, dry fill: 7.4 qt, drain and refill: up to 3.5
There is no fill cap,you fill your transmission through your transmission dipstick tube with the wright funel "DO NOT OVER FILL OR YOU WILL BURN UP YOUR TRANSMISION"
On manual transmission until oil flows out of full level hole. on most manual transmission the refill hole is the oil level. On automatic transmission if no oil shows on dipstick add a quart at a time.
7.6 QuartsApplication:Total refill (includes torque converter)Transmission model A340E (19 bolt fluid pan)
GM eliminated dipsticks for automatics. You can only drain, and refill. There will be a little red/yellow cap near the top of the transmission by the firewall, where the dipstick used to be.
you just simply refill transmission fluid at the dip stick
Remove the drain plug and drain the fluid into an approved container. Refill with automatic transmission fluid. Yes, automatic transmission fluid in a manual. Dextron III or higher. Take's roughly four quarts.
You have to remove the transmission pan or just take it to a shop and they can suck out the old and refill it fairly reasonable. The reason being is that even if you take the pan off the filter is inside the transmission and cant be changed.
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the power steering in a 2001 Ford Ranger
A bone dry automatic transmission would take aprox 12 qts ATF. If you are just dropping the pan, aprox 4 qts to refill.
Haynes Manual for Toyota Tercel 1987-1994 states: Transaxle: Automatic (drain and refill) 2.6 quarts