The drain plug on an 89Camry 4WD is on the bottom of the transmission. The fill plug is located approximately six inches to the rear of the drain plug.
4 qts for the drain/fill method
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.
Transmission fluid for 1995 Toyota Camery is: Drain and fill = 2.6 qts Differential = 0.8 qts. This is for 4 cylinder 5S-FE engine.
my 2007 camry has no dipstick! had to fill it through the cooler line.
For 1991 Camry Automatic Transmission: 2VZ-FE engine (V6), dry fill: 6.2 qt, drain and refill: up to 2.6 3S-FE engine (4 Cylinders), dry fill: 5.9 qt, drain and refill: up to 2.6 All-trac/4WD, dry fill: 7.4 qt, drain and refill: up to 3.5
threw the dip stick hole
You fill the trans Fluid thru the dipstick you check it from.
What is the fluid capacity of a Toyota Corolla automatic transmission 3.3 Qts drain and fill
The transmission drain plug is located on the bottom of the transmission pan. The fill port is on top, remove the drain plug, and fill port, allow to completely drain. Reinstall the drain plug and fill with 1 quart transmission oil. Reinstall the fill plug.
Same place you check the fluid. You'll need a good funnel. Check with your local parts store for a transmission funnel.
where do yuo drain and fill transmission fluid in a 2004 cadillac srx
When doing a drain and fill on a Toyota 4 Runner, it takes about 4.5 quarts to refill. It is important to use the correct type of transmission oil.
You can fill the transmission through the transmission dip stick tube.
There is no top fill tube on the truck... must drain and fill at the transmission... take it to a trany shop..especilly if it is an automatic... should change fluid and filter every 30 to 35K miles
THERE IS NO TRANSMISSION DRAIN PLUG OR FILL PLUG. YOU WOULD FILL IT THROUGH THE TRANSMISSION DIPSTICK TUBE.
Where is the fill plug on a 2005 Toyota tacoma Auto transmission
Auto transmission drain plug is on the drivers side front of engine facing down. Its a hexagon shaped plug. Drain fluid, install new crush washer from Toyota and fill through trani dipstick using same amount of recommended Toyota (T-IV) fluid. Cheers,
If the vehicle is an automatic transmission then you will find a DIPSTICK inserted in a filler tube that goes down to the transmission . Locate the tranny in the engine bay and you will find it. It IS IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT and is very similar to the OIL dipstick but it IS LONGER. If the vehicle has a MANUAL (w/clutch) tranny then the only way to check it is from underneath the vehicle by unscrewing a drain or drain/fill plug. This is always on the SIDE of the transmission and looks like a HEX bolt.
If its out of warranty take it to Toyota dealership and ask for a "drain and fill" Shouldn't cost much more than about 2x the price of an oil change... This drain and fill process only drains about 40% if the fluid since a large part of it remains in the torque converter. After about 3 drain and fills you have in essence replaced all the transmission fluid. I suggest transmission drain and fills be done every 30,000km at least. USE GENUINE TOYOTA TRANSMISSION FLUID type T-IV only......
The drain fill on a 1997 Dodge Avenger manual transmission is on the bottom of the transmission. It is located up from the drain plug.
Remove the Ford Ranger automatic transmission drain plug. The drain plug is in the bottom of the transmission. Allow the oil to drain out and replace the plug. Fill the transmission with new transmission fluid.
2.5 quarts on just a drain and fill. 6.9 quarts on a dry unit
how to refill transmission fluid in a toyota 4 runner 2007
Should be a drain plug at bottom of transmission Should be a fill plug at side of transmission - fill to this level
The automatic transmission does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the pan to drain.On the manual transmission, you remove the bottom center bolt in the side cover to drain. Just make sure you have the proper tool (3/8 Allen wrench) to remove the fill plug so you can fill it back up.The automatic transmission does not have a drain plug. You have to remove the pan to drain.On the manual transmission, you remove the bottom center bolt in the side cover to drain. Just make sure you have the proper tool (3/8 Allen wrench) to remove the fill plug so you can fill it back up.