The drain plug on an 89 Toyota Camry 4WD is on the bottom of the transmission. The fill plug is located approximately six inches to the rear of the drain plug.
3 to 4 quarts
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An 89 Cutlass Ciera holds 7.4 quarts of transmission fluid. When servicing the vehicle, a portion of the fluid remains in the transmission and will not be added back.
The 1989 Toyota Camry parking light fuse can be found in the fuse box. The parking light fuse will be in the first column, second from the bottom.
most cars you have to add the transmission fluid through the dipstick hole leading into the transmission its self
the ECU is located in the dash, most likely on the driver's side.
Would have been built for R12, can be converted to R134a.
Yes. Optional on the LE
You could try changing the transmission filter and the fluid.
Drain it and change it!
You might try this website. http://www.toyotaownersonline.com/parts-service/diy.html
87 or 89 octane. Either unleaded or E-10 unleaded.
it needs Nissanmatic C fuid for 89-94
Right hand end (as you're facing the engine) of the engine block, above the distributor.
Sounds like the tranny. Check the transmission fluid level and the color of the fluid.
You add fluid at the exact same place you check the fluid level. Warning: Use only Honda fluid, and use no substitute.
Critical!! Use only genuine Honda ATF Z1 transmission fluid. Do not use any other fluid no matter what anyone tells you. There is no substitute, and using any other fluid will cause poor shifting.
Try 87 Octane if engien does not "ping" excessively you should be OK If engine "pings" try 89 Octane
If it's an auto through dipstick tube. Check level when running.
Answerit is hydrolic oilit is the same type you use in the hydrolic steering pumpAF(DEXRON-II (R) Automatic Transmission Fluid)
The '89 SHO takes 5 quarts of oil if you're doing a filter change too.