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What kind of trans axle fluid goes in an 89 Beretta?

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2011-10-20 16:58:38
2011-10-20 16:58:38

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

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