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When filling the transmition on a 99 if it is a stick shift does it have to be in gear when you fill up the tranny you did not have it in gear and when you poured in the tranny fluid it was pouring ou?

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manual tranny's take gear oil not tranny fluid. you need to get all that fluid out and fill the tranny with 80/90 weight gear oil

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You most certainly can, however it does require a partner. Back before there were machines to do transmission flushes this is how we used to do it. Jack the vehicle up slightly depending on vehicle type. Disconnect the transmission fluid feed line from either the tranny cooler or the tranny itself (has to be the feed line) now with the feed line inside of a good sized bucket have a friend with a funnel ready to begin pouring new tranny fluid into the filler. Start the car and as the old tranny fluid exits the feed line in the bucket your buddy should be pouring new tranny fluid into the filler as soon as you see new tranny fluid begin to exit the feed line turn the engine off. Now doing it yourself will require a few additional quarts of trans fluid, but it is a small price to pay for saving on the labor. Good Luck!

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Usually you just fill it from where you pull out the tranny dipstick from. Just get a funnel with a little hose attched at the bottom and start pouring in. Where is the transmission filter on contour 99

you keep filling the tranny up till the fluid comes to the top of the fill tube. if you need any more help let me know

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On a automatic it will be added by pouring it down the dipstick tube for the tranny. Make sure you don't over fill so add it a little at a time. Then start your car and with the brake depressed run the transmission through the gears, this will allow the fluid to circulate throughout the tranny. Turn the car off and check the level again. Add more if needed. On a manual there should be a plug on the side of the tranny. It will be the top most location plug. There might be a drain plug do not remove this one or you will have a mess. Fill the tranny until fluid comes out of the top hole. Reinstall plug and youre good to go.

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tranny could be gone.or you may need tranny fluid or you have too much tranny fluid.

take the tranny out and pull the converter out of the front of the tranny and put new converter in and make sure you hear it click twice when putting it back onto the tranny and reinstall tranny.

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