If it is a Manual transmission there is an oil fill plug on the front of the transmission, that takes a 3/8" drive ratchet to remove. Fill it until it starts to drip from the hole or until you can stick your finger in the hole and feel the fluid. If it is an automatic pull the dipstick and fill through the dip tube with a funnel until the dipstick says it's full.
there should be a fill plug on the side of the transmission case. its a bolt the size of a quarter.
With transmission fluid and a small spouted funnel, fill the stem with the red rubber ball cap, to the lower right of the engine. It's the same stem you check your transmission fluid level.
Theres a plug on the side of the transmission. You'll have to get under the car. Why do you need to fill it? To check the level on a manual, undo the plug and put our finger in the hole, level should be at the bottom of the filler hole. On a Auto check with the dipstick and add thought the dipstick.
12 gallons. With today's gas prices apprxm. $36 to $41 buck to fill up when empty.
It probably doesn't have one. Almost all manufacturers have done away with the transmission dipstick. It has to be checked from under the car by a tech. There are two small plugs that they use to check and fill.
there's a fill plug on the front of the case. if your going to go through the work to add fluid, you should drain all of it and clean off the magnet on the end of the drain plug.
how do i fill my trans fluid in 1996 nissan 200sx 1.6 l manuel trans
drivers side port, fill to level of opening.
on the front of the transmission (looking towards the back of the car standing at the front of the hood) you will see a 3/8 inch drive ratchet drive plug, that is the fill point, on the bottom of the transmission you will find a 1/2 inch drive plug that is the drain point.
You fill the transmission fluid on the 1988 F250 diesel at the dipstick of the transmission. You will need a filler funnel in order to keep spillage to a minimum.
If auto through the dipstick tube If std. through plug in side of transmission
The manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick , there will be a fill plug on the transmission
1987 NISSAN/DATSUN PICKUP 3.0L 6-cyl EngineCAPACITIESAutomatic Transmission, Total Fill2wd ..........7.4 quarts4wd ..........9.0 quarts 1987 NISSAN/DATSUN PICKUP 2.4L 4-cyl EngineCAPACITIESAutomatic Transmission, Total Fill..........7.4 quarts Hope This Helps.
The fill location is exactly the same as the location you check the fluid level. They are one in the same.
on transmission,theirs a screw plug with a square fitting,u can use a3/8 adpter to get off .fill until u cant get no more in.
Remove the dipstick for the transmission. Place funnel in the dipstick hole. Fill to the correct level.
you pour the fluid down the dip stick tube.......
It depends if it'an auto or manual. if it's a manual, you should be able see a square shaped nut facing the front. In the middle of the trans. You have to use your 3/8 ratchet stick it in the hole and remove the nut. fill up until it starts coming out of the hole and you are done. If it's an automatic, there should be a dipstick on the the transmission. You fill it through the dipstick tube.
throught the dip stick hole
I need to know the year. I have a 1998 Nissan Sentra GXE and it has a 1.6 engine in it. It currently drives at about 29 - 31 MPG and it has a 12 gallon tank. Therefore the following formulas should help you. (12 gallon tank) x (30 mpg) = 360 miles or (price of gas) x (12 Gallons) = ($ to fill up 12 gallon tank)
When lube runs out the fill hole it is full.
Thur the dip stick..... Thur the dip stick.....
Fill it through the dipstick tube. May need a long funnel.
You fill the transmission through the dipstick
The 1988 Toyota Camry transmission has a fluid capacity of 6.3 quarts. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick.