you can try transmission fluid
Regular Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF) unless it is a Manual Transmission then you will need, Manual Transmission and Transaxle Gear Lube 75W-90 API GL-4. I Suggest Synthetic it will last longer.
The average cost to replace a transmission for a Geo Prism will vary depending on the cost of labor and the year of the Prism. On average, it will cost between $3,500 to $4,000 dollars.
A right prism is a prism which has bases aligned one directly above the other and has lateral faces that are rectangles. An oblique prism is a prism with bases that, while parallel, are not aligned one directly above the other.
I would suggest you have the fluid & filter changed. If this does not solve the problem which I suspect it will, seek professional help.
Yes, no material allows 100% transmission of light. In fact, the resistance of the passage of light is what allows a prism to refract. A prism made of a theoretical 100% light trasmitter would not function as a prism regardless of its shape.
It is the difference if the heights, above some arbitrary level, of the top and bottom of the prism.
your transmission could be stuck between gears. you probably need to rebuild or replace the transmission.
A six-sided prism is called a RHOMBOHEDRON. * * * * * A more general form, which does not require edges to be the same length (as in the above case), is a parallelepiped.
The 1996 uses a 30mm nut.
in the fill resivor attached to the master cylinder assembaly