Automotive oil is formulated as a engine crankcase oil and Motorcycle oil is formulated three jobs a crankcase oil, a transmission-gear oil, and a wet clutch oil.
Crankcase or motor oil is thicker than transmission oil. That's one difference, there may be more (other than color)
There is NO "Reservoir" for a AX4N, Automatic Transmission. There is an oil pan and a torque converter which is between the engine and the transmission where it bolts to the engine.
Between the engine oil pan and the transmission oil pan. It is cast aluminum.
You should drain the oil in the engine. Put engine oil back in the engine because the transmission oil is not made for engines and will hurt the moving parts of the engine if left in.
5w30 for engine oil. Dexron 3 for transmission fluid on an automatic.
engine oil pan is on bottom of engine transmission oil pan is on bottom of transmission
it's lubricating properties
On the voyager XII, the engine oil and the transmission oil are all the same. Draining the engine oil takes care of it all. On the voyager XII, the engine oil and the transmission oil are all the same. Draining the engine oil takes care of it all.
engine oil is thick than hydraulic oil
engine oil and the transmission oil
oil pan for engine is on bottom of engine oil pan for transmission is on bottom of transmission
on the oil pan which is attached to the engine. do not mistake the transmission for the engine. on the oil pan which is attached to the engine underneath the car. do not mistake the transmission for the engine.
Gear oil is more viscous (thicker) and has different additives in it.
Can fuel oil be used in a deisel engine?
If you mean "engine oil" then I would think that a seal has failed between the transmission unit and the "engine" Other than that maybe someone put or topped up the transmission fluid in the wrong location. Change of oil is required any way
One dipstick is used for engine oil and one is used for the transmission oil. The engine oil is generally yellow and the transmission oil is usually red.
The engine oil pan is on the bottom of the engine. The transmission pan is on the bottom of the transmission.
NO!!!! do not do this, oil is oil, transmission fluid is transmission fluid, and antifreeze is antifreeze, do not mix any of these, it can perminately damage your engine.
Most but not all manual transmissions use a heavy weight oil. That is transmission oil. Most A/T use a much lighter transmission fluid, which is a highly refined oil, that is transmission fluid. You will sometines find a manual transmission which uses Trsnsmission fluid. Certain Ford Rangers is an example.
The grade and viscosity of the oil
There is no transmission oil, its what is considered a wet clutch the engine oil lubricates the clutch, 2 quarts will fill the engine oil.
The GMC Sonoma 2.2 litre manual transmission hold 12 quarts of transmission gear oil. Keep in mind there is a big difference between gear oil and automatic transmission fluid.