There is no stick on a manual transmission, you check the fluid with the fill plug
Believe it or not, the factory manual calls for Automatic transmission fluid GM Dextron II for the 4 and 5 speed manual transmissions. Cheers Malcolm
A 5 speed (Mazda built) Manual transmission requires Mercon or Dextron II automatic trans fluid. A 4 speed requires 80w-90 gear lube.
For a 1993 Ford Ranger , 5 speed manual transmission : ( trans code " M " / Mazda ) It takes 2.8 U.S. quarts of MERCON automatic transmission fluid
Honda Manual Transmission Fluid is recommended for a 5-speed manual B16A motor. Amsoil Manual Transmission Fluid will also work in a 5-speed manual B16A motor.
The 1996 F150 owners manual shows for the 5 - speed overdrive manual transmission ( Mazda R2 ) - 3.8 U.S. quarts ( 3.6 liters )
If you have the owners' manual, check it. If not, the 1992 Rangers' Mazda 5-speed manual transmission called for MERCON ATF..yes that's correct; Automatic Transmission fluid goes in the manual transmission. You can fill it through the Hex- bolt hole located on the driver's side of the unit near the middle.
My Haynes repair manual shows Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid for the 5 speed Mazda manual transmission - check to see if ATF is stamped somewhere near the transmission fill plug
type of fluid for 5 speed manual transmission
Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid in your 5 speed manual transmission
On a 1994 Ford Ranger : The 5 speed manual transmission takes ( 2.8 U.S. quarts of MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) ( transmission code " M " / Mazda )
The 2006 Mazda MAZDA6 has a 5-speed manual.