Underneath the vehicle, upper drivers side of the transmission.
Should be a drain plug at bottom of transmission Should be a fill plug at side of transmission - fill to this level
Drivers side, about midway up the side of the transmission.
Under vehicle, drivers side of transmission, near the top.
Should be a plug on the side of the transmission - fill to this level
No dipstick on the manual transmission , fluid level is checked underneath the car at the transmission fill plug
Locate the fill plug half way up the side of the transmission on the drivers side, it is usually a torx type bolt. fill through this hole until a little runs back out and it will be full.
The manual transmission doesn't have a dipstick , the fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission underneath the car
On the side of the trans about half way up and in the middle, fill until some comes out.
Drivers side, about midway up and in the middle of the trans you will find a plug for filling.
No. Automatic transmission fluid is the recommended fill.
A 1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ manual transmission engine can be filled with 6 quarts of fluid. Its cooling system, on the other hand, can be filled with 11 quarts fluid.
The manual transmission does not have a dipstick , the fluid level is checked at the fill plug on the transmission
Drain plug is hex 17mm; fill plug is hex 13mm
On the passenger side of the transmission there should be two large hex-screws towards the top. The upper one is the transmission fill plug.
To check the fluids in a manual transmission you have to get under the vehicle and remove the fill plug on the side of the housing for a manual does not have a dipstick
Its on the left side 15/16 six point socket to remove
17mm allen wrench, the transfer case takes a 10mm allen.
When lube runs out the fill hole it is full.
ok, to start off, not trying to sound like a smartass or anything, but their is no dipstick on a manual transmission. their is a fill/check plug on the side of the transmission. you have to take it out and check the level that way on a manual transmission.
there is no fill plug u fill transmission thru the transmission dipstick tube
Auto - fill it from the dipstick tube.Manual - remove the shift lever and fill from the top.
The transmission dipstick of an automatic 1993 Colt Vista is located on the passenger's side and is topped with a white handle. Manual Colt's do not have a dipstick. They instead have a fill hole directly on the transmission.
Where is the fill plug on a 2005 Toyota tacoma Auto transmission
look about mid way on the transmission, on the drivers side, the drain plug will be on the bottom, and the fill plug will be half way up the casing right above it.