Is this a trick? I have a 1994 Mazda B3000 and there dip stick along the fire way, more to the left. Open the hood and find the stick that says "Transmission Fluid". Remove the stick, after the engine is hot, and transmission in "Park" and wipe it clean. Read the directions on the stick. Yeah! Douglas Lamberson email@example.com This is all very interesting unless it is a manual transmission, that check is a little more grounding.
Dexron II (or III) is the recommended automatic transmission fluid for a 1994 Mazda Navajo. It requires 3 quarts to do a fluid change.
check the transmission fluid. Mine was quite low and I had the same problem. Topped it up and problem was solved..... now find out why the fluid level is low.
There is a fill plug on the side of the 1994 Camaro transmission. Remove the plug to check the fluid. The fluid should be high enough to be just before running out of the plug hole.
Idling in neutral.
transmission fluid is in the transmission
The 1994 Mazda 626 was built with 4 and 6-cylinder option models. The CD4E transmission has a fill of 7.4-quarts (qts). The GF4A-EL has a larger capacity of 9.3-qts.
Should be a plug at the side of the transmission- fill to this level
For your manual transmission , I believe it is on the drivers side
Through the tube used to check the fluid level.
From Haynes Repair manual #36071, 1993-2005 Ford Ranger Pick-ups and 1994-2005 Mazda B-Series Pick-ups: Autotamatic transmission fluid: 1997 and later = MERCON V automatic transmission fluid Manual transmission lubricant type: MERCON automatic transmission fluid
The 1994 takes Mercon transmission fluid
Where do I add transmission fluid to a 1994 Ford explorer with a manual transmission?