Valvoline gear oil 80W-90
Volkswagen recommends Synthetic Gear Lubricant 75W-90. (1.9L)
You have to remove the speedo cable on a manual and fill it there, or if automatic you fill it through the dipstick tube.. The correct level on manual should be just above the white gear.
Most standard transmissions have a fill plug and a drain plug. The fill plug should be found midway on one side of the trans. Check your drivers manual as to what type of fluid goes in there. Many do not use gear oil anymore.
manual tranny's take gear oil not tranny fluid. you need to get all that fluid out and fill the tranny with 80/90 weight gear oil
Check: Cable to trany, gear in trany, speedo head in cluster
You proble need a new Trany I would check you fluids ! Check all lines and plugs for the Trany.
there wont be a tranny dipstick on any vehicle with a manual trans. due to the fact there is gear oil not trany fluid in the trans. but to check the l;evel or to change the gear oil there will be either on the bottom or side of the trans itself 2 plugs. one being a drain plug and the other being a fill/check plug.
fill until fluid starts to pour out of the fill hole. Should be around 2.25 bottles.
Assuming you mean a manual transmission, since you said gear oil, there is not a dipstick on manual transmissions. Look on the side of the transmission. There will be two large nuts to drain and fill. The bottom to drain, the top to fill. You should have your fluid level with the fill plug hole. BTW, I have an 86 F-150 4x4 5.0 EFI and the NP435 4-speed manual transmission.
There is a fill plug on the right top side of the cases.
The automatic transmission fluid is checked idling in neutral.
you snapped the little pin in the trany. big money
Okay- Do not put automatic transmission fluid in a manual transmission! You need to put gear oil in a manual transmission. This is usually brown like oil and about 90 weight. Fill gearbox until the level is up to the fill hole but not flowing from the fill hole(as the fill hole is on the side of the gearbox).
There is a plug on the from on the tranny on the top. Take a funel, put it in the hole and put the gear oil.
drop the tran pan and take out the filter replace the gasket and filter with a new one and rebolt it back up then remove the rim and tire from the drive axle and pull out the fill plug and fill with gear oil The above answer is for an automatic transmission. The manual transmission has a fill plug on the front about two-thirds down, and a drain plug on the bottom. Just remove drain plug, drain out old gear lube, replace drain plug, and fill with 80W90 gear oil until it reaches the fill plug(usually about 2 1/2 qts.)
Yes, manual is better than automatic gears.
should be two plugs on side of tranni, one for drain and other for fill!
Should be a plug at the side of the manual transmission - fill oil to this level
Fill up the transaxle using the large plug on the front side of the case. When the gear oil begins to overflow it is full.
YOUR CAR TAKES ----GEAR OIL---- IF MANUAL TRANS,,NOT AT/FLUID,,,,,THIS IS COMING RIGHT FROM MY HAYNES MANUAL......"""REMOVE THE SPEEDOMETER CABLE DRIVE PINION FROM THE TRANSAXEL ADD LUBRICANT THROUGHT THE OPENING.REINSTALL CABLE PINION"""""...........IT DOES NOT SAY ABOUT FILL LEVELS...........BUDDY MACK
It won't hurt anything, you just have to shift into and out of passing gear manually.
Depends on the make & year of the car. Also depends on whether or not there is a dipstick. If your car does have a dipstick for ATF, check on the dipstick itself for the letter N or P which indicates what gear the trany needs to be in for checking the fluid level. Make sure the engine is running & warm before checking & that the car is sitting on level ground. Check your owner's manual for the type of fluid needed & what gear the trany needs to be in when checking fluid level.
If it is a manual trany then u have to take off of the driver side tire and there will be a bolt on the transmission take it out and the fluid will come out then put it back in and climb under the car when you look on the front side of the trany there is another bolt 17mm if i remember right take it out u will need about 3-4 q of gear lube put it in and make sure that it is level withe the hole. all of this info is in the owners manual. if u have a 1.5 liter sohc then u have the same car as me