Assuming this car is an automatic, You add the fluid where you check the trasmision fluid. You have to get a Funnel that is designed for the transmission tube. Go to Auto zone, Wal-Mart. It will say Transmission funnel on it. about 2 bucks or less. To check it properally, Start the car, leave it in park, Make sure it is warmed up. Many people make the mistake of not checking the fliud when it's running and at operating temperatures. It's always wise to have the fluid drained and the Transmission filter replaced every 30,000 miles. Usually cost about 20 bucks for your do it yourselfers. Many people spend $1000 bucks or more to have a new transmission put it, because they don't know to change the fluid and filter, just like the oil and filter. I work in a mechanics shop, and i see so much hundreds of dollars being pumped into a car because of lack of simple inexpensive maitenience on a vehicle. Hope that helps out some. RWD cars the Dipstick is usually on the back firewall of a Vehicle. FWD the dipstick is usually located on the drivers side next to the engine. I hope that helps out some.
In the dipstick tube.
Usually you drain and replace it...;)
the plug to add and check the transmission fluid is on the side of the transmission and only accessable from under the vehicle.
Use a funnel and put the fluid in the same hole as the the dipstick where you check it... This is for automaitc of course. If i goes in slow or not at all the vent is plugged on the top of the transmission....This can also cause the trasnmission to "blow off" fluid through the seals.
You have to buy a kit/pump from the dealer or Toyota.
I have a 1987 Toyota 4 runner...I need to replace my manual transmission fluid....and I needto replace it with Lucas Transmission fluid....how much do I need to buy?
A 1999 Toyota Camry LE will have a inlet for the transmission fluid located next to the transmission housing. Before adding fluid to the system it is important to drain the older fluid. Be sure to add the correct amount and avoid over filling the system.
You add the transmission fluid through the tube the dipstick comes out of. Make sure you check your trans fluid level before adding any fluid. Once you've determined how much to add, use a funnel with a long (18") flexible neck and narrow opening. Place the funnel in the dipstick tube and slowly add the transmission fluid so as to not overflow the funnel. Recheck level. Replace dipstick into tube when you're done.
Should be a plug at the side of the transmission
Add fluid the very same place you check the fluid level.
If you know where the transmission dipstick is located you use a funnel and pour the transmission fluid into the place where the dipstick came from.
You add automatic transmission fluid to a 1989 V6 3.0 Toyota pickup truck through the filler tube in the engine compartment. This is also used to check the fluid level.
Shouldn't have to add any unless you have a leak in the system.
there is a fill plug on the side of the transmission towards the top if its not there then you have to add it while you build it but it should be there
Nelson the Toyota manIn the transmission dipstick. Best to check the level of fluid after being driven at least 15 miles. check fluid level in park.
there are no 2000 yaris that would be an echo
In the steering wheel fluid reservoir, passenger side of engine. Add dextron transmission fluid to it not "steering wheel fluid"
3.7 quarts, use only Toyota transmission fluid. drain plug is accessible on the bottom of transmission oil pan. easy to do. add fluid through transmission dip stick tube with small funnel.
The transmission oil level for your 2006 Toyota tundra with the transmission dipstick. The transmission dipstick will have a full indicator and a add fluid indicator stamped on the dipstick.
Although I am not a car expert, I do own a '93 Corolla. From what I have seen on the transmission, if your transmission fluid is low you can check with the orange test stick located in the front right of the engine. If you need to add fluid you can simply pour the desired amount through the hole used to check the fluid level. If you want to flush it or anything else you would have to drain it some other way. Hope this little bit of backyard garage knowledge helps you.
The same place you check the transmission fluid. Make sure the engine is warm and do not overfill. A funnel is a must.
5 speeds dont need trany fluid. lloll
Start the car and let it get to operating temp. Open the hood and look for the transmission dipstick...usually has a red cap. Pull out the dip stick and check the level...add trans fluid if needed.