Most Manual transmissions use 75W to 95W "gear oil". Some Manual Transmission oils are multigrade, e.g. 75W85 or 75W95. As in engine oils, use the heavier weight oil in hotter climates or for higher loads. Heavier is not better, lighter gives better performance and mileage. Synthetics are becomming more popular. If you have no idea what to use, a synthetic 75W95 (or 75W90, whatever) is a VERY safe bet, and a dead dinosaur 75W95 is the next best. in what It really depends on the applications. Some take motor oil, some take auto trans oil, some gear oil, and others take manual trans fluid.
For a 1995 manual transmission grand am, the fluid capacity is 2.0 quarts for a complete drain and refill. The fluid type is 80W90 transmission oil.
in the transmission
you dont put transmission fluid in a manual transmission. you need gear oil, and it should be done by a transmission shop
Look in the manual
manual trannys dont have fill plugs, most trannys dont have fluid of any kind
Pennzoil Synchromesh Manual Transmission Fluid
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in your 5 speed manual transmission
In the transmission fluid reservoir. Check your owner's manual for the location of the reservoir.
The transmission fluid is added where you check it, on the toppish left (driver's) side of the transmission.
The 5 speed manual transmission used with the 3.8 liter V6 engine takes Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid , according to the Owner Guide
The 1992 2.3L 5 Speed required Mercon Automatic Transmission Fluid. That's right, you need to put ATF in the manual transmission.
Should be a plug on the side of transmission