What kind of transmission fluid is used for a toyota camry 1990
i have a 1989 Toyota Camry le and not sure where to poor the transmission fluid
Toyota T-IV fluid.
The 1988 Toyota Camry transmission has a fluid capacity of 6.3 quarts. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick.
There is a plug at the bottom of the transmission box.
Remove transmission oil pan to access filter
Castrol Transmax import multi vehicle automatic transmission fluid
You can find directions on changing the transmission fluid on a Toyota Camry in most Chilton's manuals or other car repair manuals. You will generally begin by draining the fluid from below the vehicle.Ê
TQ Dextron 111
A 1999 Toyota Camry LE will have a inlet for the transmission fluid located next to the transmission housing. Before adding fluid to the system it is important to drain the older fluid. Be sure to add the correct amount and avoid over filling the system.
A 1996 Toyota Camry 4 cyl will need 2.6 quarts of transmission fluid. The recommendation is Dexron III, or better yet, Toyota T-IV fluid.
You fill the trans Fluid thru the dipstick you check it from.
Use Toyota ATF T-IV or Dexron III
It is installed in the same tube you use to check the fluid. Do not overfill!
Yes, you can. But it's not recommended to change transmission fluid when your car is that old. Only if you really have to.
I have a 1995 Camry. Yes, Toyota recommends Dexron II or Dexron III transmission fluid. (Check the cap on top of the power steering reservoir. It will say to add Dexron II fluid only)
you need tranmission fluid...if that doent do it take it to a speliciast
Check transmission fluid level.
Dexron lll or lV or equivalent.
Urine because you can change the fluids often.
Nelson the Toyota manIn the transmission dipstick. Best to check the level of fluid after being driven at least 15 miles. check fluid level in park.
92-99 Toyota Camry with the 5SFE 4 cylinder engine uses Dexron III ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) for the automatic transmission.