how to check the fluid on a manual transmission for a 1989 ford probe gt
you dont put transmission fluid in a manual transmission. you need gear oil, and it should be done by a transmission shop
The transmission fluid capacity on a Ford Festiva is 3.75 litres for a manual transmission.
A person must maintain the fluid levels of a vehicle to keep it running well. The 1989 Corvette Manual transmission holds 3 quarts of transmission fluid.
what is the transmission capacity for a 1988 700r4 with transfer case
The transmission fluid needed for the 1989 Chevrolet K1500 with a manual transmission is Synthetic Synchromesh transmission fluid (5W-30) (MTFQT). If the transmission you have is the MG5 5-speed, the capacity is 4.2 pints. If the transmission is the SM465/M20, the capacity is 8.5 pints.
Mercon automatic transmission fluid.
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.
When owning a car it is important to maintain the fluid levels. A 1989 Toyota Corolla uses 1 quart of Universal ATF transmission fluid.
most have drain plug on side of transmission
What type of transmission fluid does my 1989 toyota pick up truck take, manual 4 speed.
If you are talking about the transfer case on the transmission....it would be any brand of 90 weight oil.
Actually , the manual transmission does not have a dipstick , the fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission
The best way to confirm the type of transmission fluid to use in a 1989 Isuzu pick up is to refer to the owner manual. A retailer who sells the transmission fluid will be able to advise the correct purchase.
The 1989 Mitsubishi transmission fluid tank can be found on the bottom of the transmission. The transmission fluid tank is known as the transmission fluid pan.
There is a fill plug on the body of the 5 speed manual transmission
Automatic transmission fluid, dextron +4
It is important to maintain the fluid levels in a car, and it is important to put the right type of fluids in the car as well. A 1989 Chevy Pick up uses Dexron III transmission fluid.
If you clutch is working fine then try to change the gear fluid in the transmission. My Isuzu shifted hard to and the fluid changed helped alot
On a manual transmission there should be a flush plug that will directly accept a1/2" ratchet less the socket. Remove this to check manual transmission fluid and to add it. This plug can usually be found on the passenger side of the transmission just being the tire.
The manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick , the fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission
Under the car on the upper side of the transmission. There you will find a plug. Remove it. If fluid comes out you are full. If you stick you finger in the hole and can feel fluid, you are fine. If not, add the proper lube as outlined in your owner's manual.
DEXRON II or equivalent
That would depend on which 5 speed manual transmission you have in your 1989 Ford Ranger : The Mitsubishi ( transmission code " D " ) takes ( 80-90W gear lube ) The Mazda ( transmission code " M " ) takes ( MERCON automatic transmission fluid )