Look on your dip stick it will either say dextron or merxron most fluids will work Look on your dip stick it will either say dextron or merxron most fluids will work
Automatic Transmission fluid
Down same tube that holds trans dipstick.
Dextron Automatic Transmision Fluid, Not gear lube.
If it is an automatic transmission it should use Dextron 2 type of transmission fluid. If it is a standard it will use a heavy gear oil. Auto parts stores should have the volume needed if you are doing a fluid change.
With trans and converter empty, 9-10 qts.
The 1984 Lincoln Town Car uses a Ford AOD (Automatic Over Drive) 4-Speed automatic transmission.
A 350 Chevy motor will fit in a 1984 camero, a 350 turbo automatic transmission. Will have to trade motor mounts and transmission mounts.a 700r4 transmission will also bolt up in place of the origonal transmission. a 2.8 v6 trans wont bolt up to a v8.
It came with the 700r4 automatic.
The C5 Transmission
transmission fluid is getting into engine in our 1984 ford f 150
When I serviced my transmission, I bought fluid and parts from the dealer. It is a special "synthetic oil" fluid.
Most likely causes are low transmission fluid level, dirty transmission fluid, or clogged transmission fluid filter.
Assuming you have an automatic transmission, the dipstick should be located toward the rear of the engine on the passenger side. With vehicle warmed up and parking brake applied the transmission fluid is checked with the transmission in neutral.
If your Toyota has a manual transmission, the fluid will be put in by removing the gearshift, and literally pouring the fluid into the cavity under the shifter.
Attached to the rear of the engine is the transmission. There is a filler tube coming out of the transmission and it usually has a red dipstick that you remove to add fluid. Dexron 3 is the fluid to be added.
any brand of dextron for an automatic 75w-90 for rear diff. and front diff as well as manual tranny.
There is only one transmission mount and it is on the very back of the trans.
transmission on 84 -96 corvettes does not have a mount it has a torque arm from rear of trans to front of diff. that supports the load
It doesn't have a dipstick for the manual transmission , the transmission fluid level is checked at the FILL PLUG on the side of the transmission
The fuel tank of a 1984 Nissan Pulsar is 15.9 gallons. That size is the same no matter if the car is a manual transmission or an automatic transmission.
To check your transmission fluid level you remove the dipstick on top.Remove the dipstick and it will have a gridded area for low to full.The fluid level needs to be above the low mark and not past the full.There will be a line on the stick low is closest to the bottom and full about a 1/2 inch up from the bottom.If you need to add fluid use a long funnel and place it in the tube and add in small amounts and recheck for proper level.This applies to the automatic or manual transmission cars.
That would be a problem with the solenoid for the lock up converter. Start with checking the fuses. If the fuses check okay the lock up solenoid or wiring circuit is probably bad. That solenoid is located inside the transmission and can be reached by dropping the trans pan.