First, you will need to know what type of Transmission Fluid the vehicle requires. There are two, but most cars and trucks use the same kind, the name of which escapes me at the moment. (I hate automatic transmissions.) Next, you will need to purchase a long-neck funnel, as well as the transmission fluid. The tube that the transmission dipstick sits in is the place where the transmission fluid has to be added. Be sure that you check the level of the fluid while the engine is running, with the transmission in either 'park' or 'neutral'. Be very careful that you do not overfill the transmission.
Fluid is added through the transmission dipstick.
Through the dipstick tube.
If it is an A/T you add the same place you check it. If it is a Manual transmission, then you add lube under the vehicle on the upper side of the transmission.
You add it down the dipstick tube.
Under the car, remove the bolt to transmission fluid container, and allow it to drain. Replace the bolt and add in a few quarts of transmission fluid, start the car and allow it to warm, check the fluid level and add more if needed.
you use the trans dipstic tube to add or fill with fluid.
You add the fluid down the dipstick tube under the hood.
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You add the transmission fluid to where you check the level (I think it's on the passenger side when you look under the hood). remove the dip stick and add fluid with a narrow funnel. Check level when engine is running.
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To Drain the fluid you must drop the pan. To add fluid you pour it down the dip-stick tube.
If it has an automatic transmission, it is added at the dipstick near the rear of the block on the driver side. if it has a manual transmission there is no dipstick.... climb under the van and add it with a pump.
Never, if you are low on fluid there is a leak - take it in to be inspected. Check your owners manual for proper fluid change schedules.
There should be a dipstick like the one for the oil. Just check level when running.
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I have been told that the metal alloy used by Honda in its transmissions is not compatible with other transmission fluids. Perhaps one of the service advisors at your local Honda dealer can be more specific about this.
transmission is DONE. Could be a sensor... with the van running, check the level of the transmission fluid....chances are you need to add some
if automatic can add where the dip stick is and if manual you have to add on the side of the transmission but be sure to take off the plug that is the highest or you will get a bath.
A 1994 Ford Econoline Van uses standard Mercon type transmission fluid. This fluid is used extensively in most Ford vehicles.
Thru the transmission dipstick tube.
remove the transmission pan
The only red fluid in that van is transmission fluid.
Every 40,000km during normal driving conditions. As often as every 16,000km if towing. Do not use any fluid except Honda ATF-Z1. You will need about 3 litres.
Through that tiny little dipstick tube. Get a flexible funnel.