The cv shaft if installed properly will be out from the transaxle about 1 1/2 . When the new shaft was put in it will be a little tight to get itover the clip which holds it in place.Make sure that the clip is there prior to installation.It will be on the output shaft that is sticking out of the tranny after the shaft is off.Grease the new shafrt with litieum grease inside and out.The shaft must go in straight otherwise it will damage the seal.If you think it is in just give it a little tug and it shoud not come out as the clip will hold it in place
The Oldsmobile AleroThe vehicle that replaced the Achieva was Oldsmobile Alero (produced from 1999-2004).
There is no transmission dipstick. They have a sealed transaxle. You should never have to add or replace fluid.
Probably every 50K should be sufficient
It should Be located on the top of the transmission.
With proper maintenance should last life of vehicle
The 2000 Olds Bravada uses Dextron iv automatic transmission fluid. The fluid is specific and other types should not be substituted.
It would be better to leave it be. If it was my car, I would add PROLONG transmission treatment. It will save your transmission and extend its' life beyond what it should be.
If your car is that old and you aren't trying to restore it for a collection you probably should get a new car
If the hazard control is in the dash--may be part of that module - it is in the newer GM vehicles If not it should be in or close to the fuse block
Check the Transmission for any stamped in numbers... there should be a pad with the VIN stamped into it to identify that Transmission with the car it was installed in. There are also date codes stamped into the trans. This goes for both Auto and Manual Transmissions.
Open the glove box, and there should be a button to pop your trunk
your reverse band for the transmission is messed up, about your only option is to replace the transmission, should cost around 400 used in good shape
The serpentine belt should be self-tightening if the appropriately sized belt is properly installed. If the correct belt fails to acheive the proper tension, then the belt tensioner should be replaced.
It is located in the back of the engine compartment by the firewall, it should be a red handle sticking up. It is a little closer to the drivers side.
Any transmission from a comparable Chevy Lumina APV or Pontiac Trans Sport minivan should be compatible, provided they have similar engines.
If your changing the transmission filter, it takes five quarts. if it's completely dry, like a rebuilt unit freshly installed, it should take about ten quarts.
7 quarts if you are changing the filter and draining it. The darn thing does not have a transmission dipstick so check the owners manual for exact amount. You should be good with about 6 to 7 quarts no matter what.
Deck joists should be installed crown up. Deck planking should be installed cup up.
There should be a vent tube just above the in and out oil fittings on trans. It may be hard to see if trans is installed in vehicle.
General Motors TH200 (M29) 3 Speed Automatic Transmission Use Dextron II ATF
# Check the level of the transmission fluid with the engine idling and the transmission in Park. # The transmission dipstick is marked with a max and min level. # The fluid level should be between these marks. # If it is low, top up the fluid (through the dipstick tube) to the max level (bottles of transmission fluid have an 'anteater' spout to make this easy). # If the fluid is a dark brown or black colour you should organise getting it changed and replaced with fresh fluid; this will greatly extend the life of the transmission. # Fluid in good condition should be ruby red.
If you're talking about the length of the driveshaft, the front yoke should go into the transmission all but 1 inch.
it should be with the c -clamp that is already installed on the axle. if it don't stay on, the clamp may need to be changed.
If u have the same 1.8 or 1.6 in them u should be able to.