I have a 1993 Cavalier in which I finally figured this out and I am assuming that it is similar to the 1994 location. It is not a plug, but a dipstick about 2 inches long which is located on the driver's side near the rear of the transmission. You must get to it from inside the engine compartment. It is the type that has a handle that locks down by pushing it to the right. Just make sure you put it all the way back in when checking the fluid level. The literature I have on it states: "Check both sides of the dipstick and read the lower level. The fluid level must be between the ADD and FULL marks. (Note: Fluid may appear at the bottom of the dipstick even when the fluid level is several pints low.)"
You can check the fluid in your 1995 Chevy Cavalier transmission with the transmission dipstick. The transmission dipstick will be on the left-hand side of the transmission and have a bright yellow handle.
The transmission fluid capacity, in your 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier, is 12 quarts. It is recommended to change the transmission fluid every 30,000 miles.
You can check your automatic transmission fluid in your 1992 Chevy Cavalier with the transmission dipstick. The dipstick will have marks that indicate whether it is full or low one quart.
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Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter
you change the manual transmission fluid in a '99 cavalier simply by removing the transmission drain plug and allowing all the fluid to drain then replace the plug and refill with Syncromesh transmission fluid(that is the fluid recommended by Chevy for use in your transmission) It should take 2 quarts.
Standard or automatic takes fluid.
The Transmission Fluid Check bolt is in the front right part of the Transmission Pan. This is in regards to a 1998 Chevy Cavalier (since I have one myself) and may not be correct for any other year. This bolt is just to check the fluid level is correct and will not drain the entire Transmission fluid reservoir, you must remove the pan to remove the transmission fluid.
go to the Chevrolet dealer and buy only syncromesh transmission fluid. do not add anything else it will ruin your transmission.
A 2004 Chevy Tracker uses standard Dextron ATF transmission fluid. This transmission fluid is used extensively among Chevy automatic transmissions.
Recommended at every 25,000
Remove the transmission pan.
midway on the gearbox there is a plug looks like a thin large bolt the fluid is to be level with that hole something like checking oil on a standard tranny
A 2004 Chevy Malibu uses standard Dexron III transmission fluid. This is a widely available fluid used by many GM vehicles.
Under the car on the upper side of the transmission you will find a plug. Remove the plug and stick you finger in the hole. If you feel fluid, then it is full.
gm product syncromesh
Dextron II or Dextron III either will work
about 7 litres
DEXTRON AUTO TRANS FLUID
A 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier with an automatic transmission takes dextron / mercron type fluid. It is sometimes abbreviated dex/merc. Dextron / mercron fluid is used in almost all American made automatic transmissions,
Automatic, the fluid can be added through the transmission dipstick tube. Standard, fluid has to be pumped in through a fill plug on the side of the trans.