On a Metro trans there is a plug on the trans case right side faceing engine that is a hex head or square 3/8 hole for ratchet handle. Have seen both. Remove plug and insert flexable trans fill funnel in hole. Fill until it runs out. You can stick your finger in hole to check level. Its a good idea to change it as book recomends. Drain plug at botton of Transmission case. Refill with recommended weight and amount. (or until it runs out of opening.) Bob
fill to the plug hole on side of transmission
Should be a plug at the side of transmission - fill to this level
Should be a plug at the side or the transmission - fill to this level
if it is an automatic it should have a dipstick on the drivers side of the engine towards the rear of the engine and if it is a manual you fill it from a plug on the transmission itself
Should be a plug at the side of transmission - fill to oil starts coming out of this plug
The transmission fill plug is a square-drive plug located vertically on the driver's side of the transmission, just to the rear of the right-side halfshaft. The transmission should take 2.5 quarts or until the fluid is to the bottom of the fill hole.
Where is the fill plug on a 2005 Toyota tacoma Auto transmission
The manual transmission does not have a dipstick , there will be a fill plug somewhere on the transmission body
A manual transaxle requires 2.9 quarts of MERCON automatic transmission fluid. Fill at speedometer cable connection.
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
There is a fill plug on the right top side of the cases.
On a manual transmission it is right next to the transmission fill plug. It is electric, so you will see a small plug entering the transmission on the driver's side.
manual transmissions dont come with dip sticks. the only way to check them is to find its fill port. it will be up from you drain port.
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.
The manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick , there will be a fill plug on the transmission
This manual transmission does not have a dipstick. You check the oil level through a fill plug in the side of the case.This manual transmission does not have a dipstick. You check the oil level through a fill plug in the side of the case.
The manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick . There will be a fill plug somewhere on the transmission underneath the car
If you over fill a manual transmission it will blow the overflow into the spew hole in your bell housing and chances are it will get on your clutch and cause it to slip.
No dipstick on the manual transmission , fluid level is checked underneath the car at the transmission fill plug
NO drain plug... the fill plug is the dipstick tube. Oops, that's the automatic. No drain plug and the fill plug is half way up and looks like a square peg
It is done at the transmission, Drain plug on bottom and fill plug on top side. Fill until lube comes out the fill hole. Make sure you install the correct lube. Some manual transmission Rangers use A/T fluid and some use a manual transmission lube. Check your owner's manual for the correct application.
you fill it the same way you check it same hole
It doesn't have a dipstick for the manual transmission , the transmission fluid level is checked at the FILL PLUG on the side of the transmission
The manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick , the fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission underneath the car
Fill plug on the side of the transmission case.