That would be a 4L80E automatic transmission.
Automatic transmission dip stick is found in back of the engine, passenger side.
You add automatic transmission fluid to a 1989 V6 3.0 Toyota pickup truck through the filler tube in the engine compartment. This is also used to check the fluid level.
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It is on the side of the transmission were the shifter cable hooks to the trans.
28 to 32 for the dwell and for the timing, TDC if it is standard transmission, 4 degrees BTDC if it is automatic transmission.
it was standard but you could order it with an automatic from the factory
There is no choke. The engine is fuel injected.
1987 NISSAN/DATSUN PICKUP 3.0L 6-cyl EngineCAPACITIESAutomatic Transmission, Total Fill2wd ..........7.4 quarts4wd ..........9.0 quarts 1987 NISSAN/DATSUN PICKUP 2.4L 4-cyl EngineCAPACITIESAutomatic Transmission, Total Fill..........7.4 quarts Hope This Helps.
It would be the 700R4
Where can I find a wiring diagram for a Ford 1991 F250 pickup with 5.8 liter V8 and automatic transmission with overdrive?
Should be at the side of transmission with a vacuum line attached to it
The specs of a Chevrolet pickup truck typically include either automatic or manual transmission, V6 or V8 engine, Am/FM radio with built in CD player, and rear wheel drive.
no, it wouldn't be worth the effert. The auto requires an oil cooler different linkage, and a different engine computer than the manual uses.
Standard or automatic transmission, they both are mounted to the transmission.
in the dip stick hole.
Assuming you have an automatic transmission, the dipstick should be located toward the rear of the engine on the passenger side. With vehicle warmed up and parking brake applied the transmission fluid is checked with the transmission in neutral.
It is important to check the fluid levels of a car. The transmission dipstick of this car is under the cars hood, behind the grill on the front of the engine block and has a red seal.
An automatic transmission to bolt up to the original 1959 6 banger would have to come from a 1962 or older chevy/GMC 6 pickup or passenger car. 1963 and newer is completely different.
If your checking the level of the tranny fluid in an automatic you need to turn on the engine let it idle in park NEUTRAL and pull the dipstick.
It is in the gas tank, you will have to remove fuel tank to service the pump.
This depends on many factors. Which engine do you have, which transmission? how is your suspension? For example. My 87 pickup is a V6 with an automatic transmission. Tow weight is around 2600 lbs (about 1179 Kg) On the other hand, my father owns the standard transmission model of the 89 pickup with a V6 which can haul approximately 3500 lbs (about 1587 Kg)
The safety neutral switch on a 1989 Nissan Pickup with an automatic transmission and a D-24 engine is located on the transaxle. The neutral switch will be found where the linkage attaches to the transaxle unit.
You add A/T transmission fluid at the same place you check it.