Its your transmition line, and you should take it to a shop that specializes in Transmitions or else you are going to be ripped off. Parts are $20-$40, and labor should only run you 1.5 hours. Good luck. Could also be the Main seal! If so, sell, sell, sell!
although selling would depend on your honesty, if someone asks "is there anything wrong with it..."
if its pouring out, dont drive it, until its repaired. then get it repaired, because it may not be worth selling as a car that doesnt go.
locate the red fillplug. it's on the right side of your engine. you'll see it about a foot down from the top, get a funnel and start pouring.
If it is an automatic there is a small red cap on the transmission itself under where the air filter box is. You will need a long funnel to not spill. You can check the level by running the engine and removing a small plug under the transmission. If the fluid is trickling out it is full, if it is pouring it is overfilled.
Somewhere between 1600 but people didn't living near it until the 1700's witch is when sightings of the monster were pouring in.
The tube where the dipstick for the transmission goes is where you add the tranny fluid. You will probably need one of those funnels with the really long neck, so that you can get the fluid into the tube without pouring it all over the place. Be careful that you don't overfill the transmission! they didnt say it was automatic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There is supposed to be a gap there to access the flex plate. More than likely the front seal on the transmission has gone bad or the torque converter has a leak in it.
Between 4 and 5 quarts. Check every 1/2 quart after pouring 4 quarts.
Over the counter prescriptions just dull the actual pain your transmission is feeling. Check the fluid in the transmission before pouring anything in it.
Remove the bolts but be prepared for alot of transmission fluid pouring out. You will need a large drain pan.
Its called a beaker because it has this little beak which is for pouring liquids somewhere in an easier way
If your Toyota has a manual transmission, the fluid will be put in by removing the gearshift, and literally pouring the fluid into the cavity under the shifter.
For an automatic transmission, check the fluid level on the ATF dipstick. Refer to your owner's manual for the location of the dipstick.If the level is low, use a funnel to add more ATF by pouring it into the ATF dipstick tube. Be sure to use the right kind of ATF. The new "D/M" ATFs can be used in most cars.
pouring water on the tiles is more dangerous than pouring water outside on the road and as such one should try as much to always clean up the ground of a tiled place before it becomes hazardous.
I had to replace mine and it was under the car on the passenger side between the firewall and the transmission. It is quite easy to change *WARNING* when you take it out be sure to have something to catch the transmission fluid. After all the research I did and mechanics I talked to I was not told of this happening until I changed it. Over all its not hard to change but again when you pull it out transmission fluid will come pouring out!!!! Let me know if this helps or not.
I read somewhere 18 you only have to be 21 to drink and to work at a bar ( aka pouring and stuff like that )
the boy is pouring water away the rain is pouring down
Thru the transmission dip stick. You will need a nice sized funnel, with a big mouth and a small base for faster pouring but any will due as long as it fits.
I'm assuming you want the phrase "pouring in" and not just the word "pouring." Rain is pouring in through the hole in the roof. Whenever she takes over a company, money just starts pouring in.
Almost all automatic transmissions are filled by pouring the fluid into the tube that the dipstick sits in. This is why the funnels with the really long necks are made, so that you can get the fluid into the dipstick tube.
Transmission fluid is filled by pouring the fluid directly into the dipstick tube. Be careful to put fluid in the correct dipstick. The transmission dipstick is located on the passenger's side, closest to the firewall (the cab). Remove the dipstick, use a funnel and fill.
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Usually you just fill it from where you pull out the tranny dipstick from. Just get a funnel with a little hose attched at the bottom and start pouring in. Where is the transmission filter on contour 99
Yes, as in pouring a cup of tea.
That is the correct spelling of "pouring" (dispensing liquid).
The car has to be lifted up and on the transmission pan there is a plug that has to be opened. Note: the Fluid can only be pumped in with a pump. There is noway of pouring it in. It is considered fulled when the fluid starts to come out after being pumped in.