Easy. The cap on top of the knob - with the gear arrangements on it (1,2,3,4,5,R) will pop off if you pry under it. There should be a machine screw holding the knob onto the shaft of the shifter - unscrew it, and since the knob is splined, pull the knob straight up and off. It might take a little forcing. That's all there is to it!
-if you are also trying to remove the entire shifter (shaft) there is one screw at the bottom of the shaft right next to the transmission that must come out, then the shaft slides right up and off. i had to do this when dropping the tranny, in order to replace my clutch.
you dont have to but it makes it a lot easier.
support rear of engine. remove drive shaft. remove transmission. remove cluth. remove fly wheel. reinstall is exact opposite of removal
All vehicles have instruction manuals. Considering vehicles are made differently, it is best to refer to it for any repairs. The removal of a transmission in s a 95 Nissan 4x4 pickup would be instructed in the manual for the vehicle.
Auto - fill it from the dipstick tube.Manual - remove the shift lever and fill from the top.
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A manual transmission does not have an oil pan.
Remove the transmission oil pan
You unscrew the bolts.......
You can remove the steering will, on your Ford Ranger pickup truck, by removing the steering wheel pin. Remove the wiring harness and the steering wheel will come off.
Remove the driveshaft. Remove the shifting linkage. Unbolt the transmission from the Bell housing. Remove the transmission mount bolts. Pull the transmission backwards, to remove it.
Remove transmission and replace front seal.
Remove the Ford Ranger automatic transmission drain plug. The drain plug is in the bottom of the transmission. Allow the oil to drain out and replace the plug. Fill the transmission with new transmission fluid.
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.
On a manual transmission the bushing is located below the top cover of the transmission. remove the shifter boot and unbolt the 3-4 bolts that hold the shifter down.only available from your local dealer.
With extensive experiance and a manual
Remove the level plug.
The manual transmission drain plug is located on the rear of the transmission housing. It is an 8mm hex nut.
It's pressed on or or is threaded clockwise, depending on whether your truck came with the Mitsubishi or Mazda transmission. Try turning it counter-clockwise with a decent amount of force.
you need to remove the transmission then unbolt the clutch from the flywheel.
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 is none. You have to remove the transmission pan to change the fluid.
For a manual transmission it unscrews counter-clockwise.
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