nippendenso if you can get it,but STP or FRAM will do nicely!
What is specified in your owner's manual.
Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
RN11YC can also use RN12YC
any kind you want to pay for higher grade usually goes further.
If you are in one of the northern states I would use 5W-30. I use 10W-40 in mine and I live in the Mid-Atlantic
Go to----- http://www.extreme-check-engine-light-codes.com/Toyota%20OBD1%20Decoder.htm---- for this info
i don't know i have the same question. Underneath the intake manifold. Bolted into the tranmission. Kind of hard to get to.
Full synthetic 5w30.
The capacity for a 1995 Tercel automatic transmission is 2.6 liters. The fluid type recommended is Dexron II or IID oil.
92-99 Toyota Camry with the 5SFE 4 cylinder engine uses Dexron III ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) for the automatic transmission.
Toyota recommends its own red coolant. any automotive antifreeze will work. it should be mixed with water (50/50) and checked for freeze protection. -34 deg. Fahrenheit is ideal.
with a balancer puller you will need a balancer installer also a hammer of any kind is never ever needed
synthetic oil , its the best for toyo cars since they last forever
5-30. I use a synthetic blend in my 1999.
the earth kind
The best engines for a 1994 Honda Civic are the standard D-series variants. Honda built these cars for commuting purposes and their standard engines serve that purpose well.
SAE 5w30 any major brand conventional or synthetic oil.
The 2004 Toyota Corolla has a 5-speed manual.
The 2005 Toyota Tundra has a 6-speed manual.
The 2014 Toyota Corolla has a 6-speed manual.
The 2006 Toyota RAV4 has a 4-speed automatic.
The 2001 Toyota Tacoma has a 5-speed manual.