4 quarts My understanding is for an 2000-2003 Automatic transaxle Neon it is 4.0 Quarts (3.8 Liters), for an 2000 Manual Transaxle Neon it is 2.0 to 2.3 Quarts (1.9 to 2.2 Liters), and for 2001-2003 Manual Transaxle Neon it is 2.5 to 2.8 Quarts (2.4 to 2.7 Liters).
There is no cap for the radiator. To add anti-freeze to your radiator you have to fill it from the overflow. To find that trace a small rubber hose from the top of the radiator to what should be a plastic container
There should be a fill plug somewhere on the side of the transaxle.
1.5 gallons, enough to drive 45 miles highway or 30 city. Don't forget to fill up! ~Owner of a 2001 Chevy cavalier
The fill port cap is on top of the transaxle. It is red, about the size of a golf ball. It is threaded into the transaxle and you to turn it counter clockwise to remove it.
It is located under the plastic radiator fill tank They only cost about $7 to $9 for the sensor as I bout one today for a 96 Cavalier 2.2
under the hood
Let's drain the coolant, fill it with water, and find out!
Yes, and that will cause shifting issues.
Its underneith the car by the transmission pan the cap on the engine block is just where you would fill it.
you have to go from under the car on the drivers side. there is a dip stick/fill hole
Dry fill is the total fluid capacity from completely dry, empty, to full.
It is attached to the oil fill cap located front and center in your engine compartment.
4 quarts of oil, providing that you changed the oil filter too.
Remove the plug from the bottom of your 2000 Chevy transmission. Allow the transmission to completely drained out. Return the transmission plug to its original position. Fill the transmission with new fluid.
The fill / check plug is on the passenger side of the transaxle directly behind the CV axle. It is a 17mm bolt. You will need a special funnel fitted with a long tube to add transaxle fluid. 10w30 motor oil is the correct fluid. Fluid should be added until the fluid level is even with the bottom of the plug hole. (Fill it until it begins to drip out)
Not exactly sure about a 99 but almost all cars it is a valve that goes right into to your valve cover around where you fill your oil.
Auto transaxle fluid in installed through the dipstick tube. Manual transaxle fluid is installed through fill port at left side of unit at lower right side of transaxle.
A fill spout on a Chevy Suburban is used as the inlet for filling an FIBC.
It's on the transaxle on the car's forward side. It looks JUST like the drain plug which is located on the left side on the bottom of the transaxle.
Transaxle gear oil is serviced through a large 'female' hex plug on the left or driver's side of the transaxle by the ring gear cover plate.
about 4 to 5qts should do her be sure not to over fill 4 and 1\4 qts. and no more too much is worse than not enough....
no dipstick......you have to take off the front left wheel and you will see a little tank with 2 knob/bolts on it.....it will show how much too fill
the fill plug is up under the car on the muffler side,above the center motor mount,next to the transaxle.
I need to where the transmission fill is located on my 1993 chevy caprice classic.