In a '89 Chevy Beretta the trans axle fluid is more of an oil and can be purshase at a local dealer. Its a 60 wt. synthetic oil. The fill tube is located between the motor and firewall,just under steering column at trans axle housing towards bottom of motor. It requires a funnle with a long flexable tube.
Edit by Loosenut: If its a stick use Styncromesh 89/90 if its automatic use Dextron III
At the tip of the axle that goes into the transmission is a snap ring. Make sure this clip has the open end pointing down or you will have problems with insertion.
i would check the vacuum hose that goes to the vacuum modulator on the transmission the vacuum modulator probably has a hole in it and the fluid is going into the engine and being burned or check your coolant the radiator may have a hole in the transmission cooler inside the radiator so check your coolant and the vacuum hose for trans fluid good luck
the trans fluid on a auto trans goes through a tube in the radiator to cool the fluid if the tube has holes in it, it will leak trans fluid in to radiator. you need to replace radiator or have rebuilt.or you could put on a aux trans cooler and put plugs where the trans lines used to go.
Normally no, but It is possible, Top the fluid level off, an see if the problem goes away.
Dextron tranny fluid
trans fluid goes right in tube used to check fluid level
It is on the back of the trans, where the passenger side axle goes in.
Back of the trans, in the housing that the passenger axle goes into.
type f auto-trans fluid
Be very careful NOT to put trans fluid in an engine ! - It goes down the tube that holds trans dipstick, into the transmission.
the manual trans fluid runs from the brake fluid i had a 1990 Honda ef hatch an i had to fill the brake fluid an it shifted koo after that. Brake fluid operates the clutch. Do not put brake fluid into the standard transmission.
automatic trans fluid 4 (ATF-4) its for Chrysler
you dont use tranny fluid in a manual trans you lube it
nissan matic d for auto trans and 75w90 for manual trans
The NP-249 uses Dextron II or ATF Plus/Type 7176 (or their superceding fluid type) automatic trans fluid.
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Motor oil, trans fluid, gear oil, power steering, washer fluid, coolant, brake fluid, gas..... Please be more specific
Synchromesh transmisssion fuild is what is recomened. Do not use Atf in those trans!
Automatic trans fliud
On the top of the trans there is a red cap. take the cap off and the fluid goes in there.
you need a funnel. stick the funnel into the hole where the trans. dipstick goes in. insert new fluid .