where can i buy a transmission dip stick for a 1995 chevy blazer
very very difficult.
In the dip stick tube in the engine bay.
The transmission fluid on a Chevy Blazer can be checked by idling the engine and allowing it to reach operating temperature. The dip stick can then be removed and checked based on the markings provided.
It's back by the firewall. At the rear part of the engine.
I use dexron 11 The transmission dip stick should have that info written on it.
you can iron over the badge on the blazer the it should stick on it if it dont then you have to sew it on your blazer
Standing in the front of engine, it will be on the left rear side of the engine. Back by the fire wall.
u stick it in the exhaust pipe and a bang a bang bang u stick it in the exhaust pipe and a bang a bang bang
it is the yellow stick coming out of the transmission make sure the motor is hot b4 you check it and on level ground and running not like oil you get no reading from it if it is not running
You might get an answer if you specify more details. Is it push button 4x4? Or stick shift? Try typing that question into a search engine, there are a lot of mechanic forums out there that might have already answered this question.
dumb question, you put the transmission fluid is the hole the dip stick is in, its like this on all cars that i know of
Rust, Ice, Something bent,
sounds like a clog.. take a rubber garden hose and se if you can stick it down there..
63% of teens can drive a stick shift.
because its a stick shift dumb asses
* Binding pedal linkage * Binding carburetor linkage (carb models) * Binding throttle body linkage or butterfly (fuel-injection models)
The Chevy Cavalier vehicle can be either an automatic or a stick shift. You can switch an automatic over to a stick shift by switching out the transmission.Ê
On the front differental there will be a tube looking thing about 6 inches or so long sticking out of it. At the end there will be be a spot to stick a wrench on, that's the actuator, just take a crescent wrench and unscrew it out and unplug the wire. And screw the new one in place and plug it in. Wa-la that's it
You can try to stick some plastic stick or something alike to get it out. Be careful, unplug your drive from the power source, do not use conductive materials to get it out because you will cause a short circuit.
No its an automatic
change the transfer case fluid
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They stick cause they melt sometimes