It is important to know where to add the proper fluids in a car. A person can add transmission fluid into the transmission dipstick tube of a 1999 Tacoma 4x4.
If its an automatic just add the fluid right through the dipstick tube, If its a manual theres a plug to remove on the tranny (drivers side I believe) and just add it through there.
i have the 1991 toyota 4x4 with a g58 trans
If is the 2.7 litre diesel with the four speed auto then it is on the left hand rear of the engine compartment, just behind the engine oil dipstick. If the manual box then it doesn't have a dipstick, it is a screw in plug in the side of the gearbox itself.
The fill hole is the dipstick hole itself. You usually need a long funnel to get fluid into it, and it's slow to fill because of this.
Auto trans, you add down the dipstick tube.Manual trans, there is a fill plug on the side.Transfer case, there is a fill plug on the back.Auto trans, you add down the dipstick tube.Manual trans, there is a fill plug on the side.Transfer case, there is a fill plug on the back.
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Starting in 2002 , the Ford Explorer 4 door models do not have an automatic transmission dipstick
Yes there the same.
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With vehicle warm to hot (Norm indicated on Temp.) do the following: 1. PULL TRANS. DIPSTICK OUT OF FILLER TUBE ON R/H SIDE OF ENGINE. 2. WIPE DIPSTICK AND RE-INSERT INTO FILLER TUBE. 3.PULL DIPSTICK AND READ LEVEL. LEVEL SHOULD READ IN CROSSHATCHED AREA. Ref. your owners guide or purchase a Chilton manual if you are able. I keep both in my Bronco (Same trans. as yours).
It does not have one, You have to remove fuel pump relay to shut fuel off.
yes it will, same thing.
The manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick , the fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission
Either remove the trans, or remove the front axle on a 4x4.Either remove the trans, or remove the front axle on a 4x4.
special socket required to remove nut that retains rotor and wheel bearing. use impact gun . be prepared to repack and reset wheel bearing
I don't think it was designed to have one.
Replace Remove starter Remove solenoid at top of starter Remove front end of starter for access Remove locking washer from starter shaft Drive should slide off shaft
you remove it
YES. If it is a 700R4 and is a 4x4 transmission. That truck came factory with a 700R4
A BIG YELLOW TIP BY THE VALVE COVER IF ITS A 5 SPEED IS THE OLNY DIPSTICK ON THE CAR Or in the drivers seat.
Looking from the front of the engine I believe it should be at the back of the engine by the firewall , just to the left of the engine for your automatic transmission dipstick
The transmission dip stick is right next to the oil dip stick. Transmission dipstick handle is red. Oil dipstick handle is yellow.
This is a general procedure checklist for removing most balljoints on 4x4's. - Remove wheel - remove brakes/caliper/rotor - remove wheel bearing/hub assy/4x4 assy (some assy's don't need removing to replace ball joints, if able to get to joint) - need press to remove joints or a hammer, chisel and lot's of elbow grease. Usually torches make it easier. Or remove the spindle and take to a bench press to remove the ball joints. Most places I know do this. - installation is the reverse Ball joints on 4x4's are typically a job that cost's lot's and for good reason. The joints can be a real treat getting out. Good luck.
I have a 1991 K1500 4X4 it's aprox. curb weight is 5000 lbs.