According to the 2005 Lincoln LS Owner Guide : The 5R55S automatic transmission does not have a dipstick
It has two. It has an oil dipstick and a transmission dipstick.
I was looking at the 2000 Lincoln LS Owner Guide and it shows that the 5R55N automatic transmission does not have a fluid level dipstick
There is no dipstick for the transmission. To check the transmission you have to open the Transmission Resivior and see the fluid level in there.
The transmission fluid dipstick on a 2005 Lincoln LS V6 is located on the left side of the engine. It connects directly to the transmission through a long filler tube.
According to the 2004 Lincoln LS owners manual : There is no dipstick for the automatic transmission
All Lincoln LS transmissions are sealed. There is no dipstick to check fluid.
As far as I know there is no automatic transmission fluid level dipstick on a Lincoln LS , the dealer has a way of checking from underneath the car
The Lincoln ls has no transmission dipstick to check. It has to be checked by a repair shop. Note that Ford replaces the transmission fluid by using a computer to control the flow of fluid.
A 1999 Acura Integra LS takes approximately 2.5 quarts of transmission fluid in order to fill it up. It is important to keep your fluids full in your vehicle.Ê
The transmission fluid can only be added/changed by a dealer or someone with the proper tools to check the fluid level. There is no dipstick for the transmission. I have 89000 km on my LS & am wondering at what mileage to get the fluid changed.
Pull out the transmission dipstick located under the hood near the middle of the firewall. Get a funnel and pour.
There is no transmission dipstick. You have to check the level at the transmission itself. I just had my mechanic do it because its alot easier to check it up on the lift. I know this because I own a 2001 Saturn
No, 90-93 was cable operated, 94-up was hydraulic.
On the auto transmission the dipstick is located on the firewall side of the upper transmission mount Manual transmissions do not have a dipstick. Unless you are familiar with your cars transmission explaining how to check the fluid levels would be pointless. Invest in a repair manual if you want to save some money on maintaining/repairing your car yourself. If you have an automatic then I don't know that answer. Standing at the front of the car with the hood open, look at where you battery is located along the left side... Just lower and to the right is where the dipstick is located. Factory dipstick should be of an upside down J shape and covered with a yellow vinal paint-like substance.
To change the transmission oil on a 1988 Acura Integra drain the older fluid by loosening the drain bolt. Wait until it is done drain and cap the hole. Insert new transmission fluid in the transmission reservoir.
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There is no filter in a manual tranny. if you have an automatic there is still no removable filter in it.
2.4 Honda MTF Fluid -JdM Puga
the starter is located just above the transmission but who ever is asking this question should deffently take there car to a professional just stop what your doing and at least ask a friend to help
You can install any Honda b series hydraulic transmission to your car, like the integra gsr transmission, or the integra type r transmission
The Lincoln LS does not have a transmission dipstick.To check the fluid level you must raise the car on a lift. When the transmission is no hotter than 120 degrees F, remove the smaller bolt on the bottom of the transmission pan. A small amount of fluid may run out.Then remove the small bolt at the vertical back of the case and add fluid there until it starts to run out the bottom of the case where the other bolt was removed. This is the correct fluid level.
don't know wat kind of fluid it takes 91acura integra ls
Major repair requiring the removal of the transmission. Considering you ask the question, you are not qualified to perform this repair.