The transmission filler plug for a standard transmission is behind a plastic cover under the drivers side wheel well. You have to remove three screws (I think that they are 3/8 or 5/16 in), one near the strut, one near the front of the wheel well, and one underneath near the bottom left end of the radiator. Pull the cover down and place it to the side. The filler plug will be exposed. The 5-speed manual transmission takes Dexron III auto transmission fluid. Have the car parked on level ground and just fill it up to the bottom of the hole. Replace the plug. Put back the cover and replace the three screws. It helps to turn your wheels all the way to the left before doing this procedure. There is a special cap available at some stores that has a built in valve and spout for use on Transmission Fluid bottles. Works great. Just be sure to place it in a paper towel afterwards to soak up the fluid.
Fix the cause, or keep adding fluid.
drivers side, in the transmission. The dipstick may be broken or Missing. Look for a tube the size of a pencil.
174 km/h or 108 mph.
If it is an automatic it will be a 727.
The 1986 Honda 350 transmission has a capacity of eight pints of transmission fluid. The manufacturer recommends that you never overfill the transmission fluid.
Transmission fluid is added to most vehicles in the same place that you check the fluid level. Pull the transmission fluid dipstick, insert a long funnel in the tube and add fluid there. Remember transmission fluid is added by the pint not quarts.
NO, Break Fluid Only
Well they all use ATF or MTF Automatic or manual so you can use the atf fluid which is pink for your transmission
Nope, no transmission drain plug. You have to drop the pan to drain the fluid and change the filter.
No F is ford type fluid.
There are several things that can cause your 1986 Nissan 300 automatic transmission to send you a start leaking fluid the most common cause is a blown seal in the front of the transmission. There is a seal in the rear of the transmission. The transmission pan gasket can be leaking.
use brake fluid
A 1986 BMW 325e uses standard Pentosin ATF 1 transmission fluid. It can be purchased at local BMW dealerships and some repair shops.
If it is an automatic transmission, Dexron III or Mercon are both acceptable.
Dexron II only
I have a 1986 Ford 550 backhoe and the transmission uses hydralic oil
Believe it or not, you add transmission fluid into the same tume that you use to check the transmission fluid. Just a reminder, before you add transmission fluid, make sure you check the level properly. Vehicle must be level, warmed up, and running. Also make sure you put the transmission through all of the gears before checking it.