A insanely high priced fluid called gm synchromesh. Can be had online and at dealers. Pennzoil now has a version out, but Im unsure of its pricing. Most people end up using a 5-30 NON synthetic motor oil.
In fact some people with high mileage transmissions report that they ended up having to use motor oil even after buying the gm synchromesh, turns out it can be too good of lubrication for the worn internals and they had issues engaging gears or were completely unable to, until they re-flushed the transmission and switched to regular motor oil.
Which would be a major budget killer.
The five speed uses ATF+4. The eight speed uses a special oil for the 8hp 45 transmission.
Mercon 5 transmission fluid
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for your 5 speed manual
The owners manual shows Motorcraft MERCON ATF ( automatic transmission fluid ) in the 5 speed manual transmission
what kind of oil is used
Honda manual transmission oil, go to your Honda dealer.
Transmission: Motorex Top Speed 15W50
You shouldn't have to.
It may or may not use transmission fluid. It may use transmission gear oil. Listed in your owner's manual. Any shop can provide this info.
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the 5 speed manual transmission of a 2000 Ford Ranger according to the Owner Guide
According to the owners manual, a 1997 Ford Explorer 5 speed manual transmission takes Ford Motorcraft Mercon ATF (automatic transmission fluid)
ATF+4 or regular ATF works fine
Not a transmission as you know it to change the speed of the vehicle. But every jet engine has a kind of transmission called a CSD that is like a PTO on a farm vehicle. In the CSD, engine speed is altered to drive the fuel, oil and hydraulic pumps and to perform similar low output tasks.
what kind of special transmission oil for 1998 mercedes benz ml 320?
You dont add transmission fluid to a 5 speed, you use geer oil.
Manual-Transmissions use what is commonly referred to as gear-oil, most of them use GL-5 or 80w90.
The 2000 F150 owners manual shows Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in the 5 speed manual transmission ( YES - ATF ! )
Answer10w30 motor oil is sufficient, but for longevity you wuold want to go with hondas brand of manual transmission oilactually u need to put 80w 90 gear oil in ur tranny only about a quart and a half
You can put any SAE certified transmission fluid in the transmission of your 1985 five-speed Chevette. The transmission holds nine quarts of fluid.
I am trying to change the oil transmission on my ford ranger 1998 but I do not know what kind of oil it needs. it's a 4 cylender
Synthetic syncromesh manual transmission fluid either gm parts has it or ams oil does. The key is syncromesh tho any aftermarket oil thats syncromesh.
On a 1990 Ford Ranger : That depends on which 5 speed manual transmission you have The Mitsubishi ( transmission code " D " ) takes ( 2.4 U.S. quarts of 80-90W gear lube The Mazda ( transmission code " M " ) takes ( 2.8 U.S. quarts of MERCON automatic transmission fluid
manual transmissions don't have transmission oil !!!