A 2001 Pontiac Sunfire requires 1.8 quarts of DEXRON III fluid for the 5-speed manual transmission.
When changing the transmission fluid of any car, it is important to know how much fluid to put in. A 2001 Pontiac Sunfire takes 2.5-3 quarts of transmission fluid.
There are, so far as I know, two kinds of power steering fluid: the kind for Hondas, and the kind for everything else.
syncromesh transmission fluid
All of the transmission fluid is inside the transmission. There is no external reserve.
Dexron III ATF.
Remove the transmission oil pan
There's no dipstick on a Sunfire that new. You need to add fluid at the transaxle itself. There's a plug in the side of the transaxle that needs to be removed to check or fill the fluid.
No, it has electric poser steering if it is a 2005-2009. The Convertible, GTP, and 2007 GT models do not have electric P/S and do have a fluid resivoir.
There's probably no dipstick on a Sunfire that new. You need to add fluid at the transaxle itself. There's a plug in the side of the transaxle that needs to be removed to check or fill the fluid.
Which fluid are you referring to? Engine oil? Transaxle fluid? Power steering fluid? Coolant? Brake fluid? We need more info, please.
The transmission dipstick on a 1994 Pontiac Sunfire is located on the left side of the engine. It connects to the transmission via a long tube which also allows for adding transmission fluid.
take off serpentine belt unbolt powersteering pump and hoses and drain it. That's it.
It does not need transmission fluid. you need to fill the clutch up
make sure you fill up your headlight fluid after you change the bulb
Yes. If memory serves, you want to do that about every 30,000 miles.
There is a trans dip stick on the back side of the engine. This is where you add fluid also. GoodluckJOe
The streer is all interal dude so no worries, the is no fluid trust me a asked the GM dealership the same question.
The filter is located inside the transmission just inside the bottom pan.
there probably isn't one. Pontiac discontinued trans dipsticks in models earlier than yours. You have to check the fluid at the fill plug on the trans itself.
as far as i know you cant check the transmission fluid on a 2000 Pontiac sunfire. It uses dexcool automatic transmission fluid and very rarley needs to be changed, i have a manual shift and it never has to be changed. Actually the only way that you can change it is by having it flushed the same way you flush a radiator, it has to be sucked out by a machine.
No, but transmission fluid can be used for power steering...
it doesnt have adip stick it has a bolt in the side of trans better take to dealer