That manual transmission doesn't use gear oil. You can use Mercon ATF.
85W140 Gear oil on a manual transmission.
your clutch is probably shot
if 1st 4rd and 5th and reverse do fine, it would have to be in the transmission. clutch problems are noticable in all gears.
for models older then 1996 you use 90 weight gear oil. 1996 and up you use tranny fluid.
The transmission fluid capacity for a 1991 S10 5 speed manual transmission is approximately 3 quarts. This can be purchased at any auto parts store.
If I recall the S10 series trucks ran the NV3500 manual transmission. This is the same manual transmission that is installed in the C/K 1500 series trucks. The final answer is yes it will work if it is the NV3500.
Dextron 3 Transmission fluid
ATF will work. (automatic Transmission Fluid)
If the tranny came off the v6 s10
Neutral Start Switch-can't start in gear Reverse Light Switch- Back-up lighting Speedometer connection Gear sensor?-tells computer what gear tranny is in If auto- electronics controls gear shifting
Mercon works fine.
No, different bolt pattern.
I believe if both have a manual T5 transmission it will.
At the other end of the stick shift.
you can but depending on the transmission model you might have to buy a different bell housing for it
if you look in the owners manual it should say most generally they recomend dexron 3 the same as automatics gear oil is too heavy and will ruin it
manual trans it doesn't have a filter, only the automatics have one.
I need to know fluid type speccifications for manual transmission Chevy 1985 s-10 5spd Chevy 1985 s-10 what type of manual transmission fluid
It does not use gear oil, Mercon works fine.
The manual transmission uses Mercon. i have 1998 s10 with 5 speed trans i was told to use syncromesh trans fluid
switch on the transmission which sends a signal to the reverse lights when shift is in reverse......... is shot. You need a mechanic.
its called syncromesh. its about 6.00 at the dealership