Transmission Fluid
Chevy S-10
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How do you check transmission fluid on a Chevy S10 5 speed manual tranny?


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2014-07-04 20:13:20
2014-07-04 20:13:20

There is a plug on the side of the tranny. take it out. If fluid runs out, put the plug back in the hole and get on with life.

If no fluid runs out, check your manual for what transmission fluid to use. Fill it till it runs out at the plug a bit.

Be sure to use the transmission fluid recommended for Chevy S10 5 speed manual transmissions.


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A manual tranny does not take tranny fluid. So you can't check it. A manual tranny does not take tranny fluid. So you can't check it.

it should be checked or added with every oil change. You will need gear oil for a manual tranny. you will find the plug somewhere on the tranny.

pull the tranny dipstick out and check the level.

If it is a manual, YOU DONT HAVE ONE. Because you dont need to check the tranny fluid unless you have a leak, at which time you should be on your way to a mechanic

The short answer to this question is that you do not check it. unlike auto tranny the manual trans use a heavey weight gear oil and is only changed when it leaks and new seals put in

The manual transmission don't have a dip stick. It has a plug in the side of it that you remove and check the fluid level.

AUTO - There is a dipstick. Looks like a oil stick. Manual - There is a check plug in the side of the tranny

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.

if you look at the front of your tranny. there will be a plug 15/16 big take it out and tranny fluid should come out. if not use a Allen key to put in the hole.

it will be on the tranny its self if manual there will be a plug for adding and drining the fluid.

under the truck, on the side passenger side of the transmission case is a screw-in bolt for check/fill

there is no fluid for a manual transmission

remove the speedometer cable where in enters the tranny and that is where you check/fill

I have a 2000 Malibu and it does not have a tranny dipstick. You have to check fluid under car, there is a check hole on the trans. It's a pain in the butt.

Transmission cooler could be clogged, check condition of your tranny fluide, red color is good , brownish color indicates wearing/heating up. Possibly get your tranny flushed. Check cooling fins on your cooler for obstructions

yes. check your owners manual to see if it has to be in park or neutral though.

you cant check the transmission fluid on any manual transmission

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You check and fill under the car on the side of the tranny a plug.

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You almost never check the A/T fluid with the transmission in gear. Check your owner's manual or look on the dipstick. If you have no owner's manual or it is not listed on the dip stick, call your local Ford dealer. Overfilling the transmission is a sure way to cause damage. You must check the fluid the correct way.

theres no real way to, there the fill hole on top of the tranny under the break fluid tank but theres no dipstick...its a Chevy

Check your transmission fluid. This happened to me in my 1992 Chevy Silverado & it turns out I had a tranny fluid leak.

Ford specified Mercon for the 1992 manual tranny for sure; so double check the owners manual if available, (it will tell you exactly which lubricant to use).

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