Look under the floor mat on the drivers side, and look online, you can probably find an owners manual that will probably answer LOTS of other questions you might have.
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.
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.
You might need to refill your blinker fluid. If that does not work, check above the passengers visor..
ask the guy at the parts store
The washer fluid reservoir in the middle under the hood slides forward and out. Once you've pulled it off its tray, move it to the side and you'll be able to see the power steering reservoir below where the washer fluid was.
The Fluid was created in 1984.
no fluid in reservoir due to leaking reservoir or slave cylinder
The windshield washer pump is inside the wiper motor and serviced separately.
Toyota Industries Shuttles was created in 1984.
Toyota Super Corollas ended in 1984.