THERE IS NO TRANSMISSION DRAIN PLUG OR FILL PLUG. YOU WOULD FILL IT THROUGH THE TRANSMISSION DIPSTICK TUBE.
The D100 probably has the 3 speed standard transmission. If so, it doesn't use gear oil in the transmission. It uses Dextron II or III. The fill plug is found on the side of the transmission about half way up.
You fill the transmission fluid on the 1988 F250 diesel at the dipstick of the transmission. You will need a filler funnel in order to keep spillage to a minimum.
There is no drain plug. Only a fill plug. You have to remove the cover to drain the rear end. Use RTV to reseal it.
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.
where is the fuel filter located at on a 1974 corvette stingray
Yes the transmission will bolt up to the engine but the wiring harness is different. A 87 transmission has a 2 pin plug on it. As the 88 1/2 to 89 and up have a 3 pin plug on them. Hope this helps.
You have to remove the speedometer housing from the transmission. The lube plug is behind there. There will be multiple marks to denote fluid level. You want it to be in the middle.
No. The 91 Corvette has a larger roof panel than the 88 Corvette's. yes if you change the front anchoring brackets
CAPACITIESEngine, with filter..........4.6 qtsCooling System, Initial Fill..........13.0 qtsAutomatic Transmission, Total Fill..........13.0 qts Hope This Helps.
It will fit but it will not work. The 94 transmission is computer controlled and the 88 truck does not have the right computer or transmission wiring harness in it.
No air flow from the heater duct of an 88 Chevrolet Corvette is often caused by a defective blower motor. A blocked air inlet or defective switch can also cause this issue.
No. There are three different tops for the C4 Corvettes, 84 to early 86, late 86 to 88, and 89 to 96.
take it to a garrage
On the side of the dash exposed by opening the passenger side door.
in the driver seat of the car.
A 1998 Oldsmobile 88 takes ATP automatic transmission fluid. This is sold in most places that carry transmission fluid, or you can buy it through a dealer.
The transmission might grind on an '88 Dodge Colt because it is very low on transmission fluid. It might also grind because the gears are damaged or stripped.
the wiring sequence for a 88 chev beretta
The spark plug gap for the 2.3 litre 88 ranger is .035. This information can be found on the decal inside the engine compartment.
0.038 - 0.043
The oil drain plug on a twin cam 88 is located on the bottom of the engine. Its placement allows for the oil to be quickly and easily drained.
Do you have an oil cooler? I have heard that is a possible cause, as would be the head gaskets.