What is the replacement for Genuine GM Fluid 88861800 Manual Transmission Fluid?
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The ZF S6-40 6-speed transmission is lubricated by engine type oil. Manufacturer recommendations specify the use of GM P/N 1052931 (5w-30), so that is what I would use. Holds about 2.2 quarts. You can more than likely use any high quality 5w30 oil but GM recommends their oil so I am not going to ...
The transmission uses engine power to change gears and move the vehicle in a particular direction.Every time you shift to a different gear, the transmission and engine power are allowing this to happen.A low amount of transmission fluid could result in severe driving problems in automatic and man...
I have an 07, and ford calls for mercon iii / dex auto tranny fluid
The transmission fluid is added where you check it, on the toppish left (driver's) side of the transmission.
The old Type A -transmission oil has undergone numerous improvements over the years, and is now known as Dexron Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF).The original Dexron oil became Dexron II, which developed into Dexron IIE in the early 1990's. Dexron IIE used extra additives that helped clean compu...
Ford bronco manual transmission fluid change Where do you drain and what do you replace it with and how much?
With out the year this will be difficult at best. There should be a drain plug on the bottom or near the bottom (lowest point) The refill point will be on the side around 2/3 rd no more then 1/2 the way up the side. As to the fluid that will depend on the transmission you have. I suspect you have...
if the bolt up you can you might need to add some computer stuff depending on what year the car or truck is.
Most manual transmissions use 80W90 gear oil. To be sure, check your owners manual. I have seen one use 30w motor oil.
If it does not have a dipstick, remove the fill plug and if lube runs out or you can touch the lube with your finger, it is full. Check according to instructions in your owner's manual.If it does not have a dipstick, remove the fill plug and if lube runs out or you can touch the lube with your fi...
Manual: Most manufacturers recommend that manual transmission fluid be changed every 30,000 to 60,000 miles.Under heavy-duty use, some manufacturers suggest changing transmission fluid every 15,000 miles.Automatic: Service intervals for an automatic transmission vary from every 30,000 miles to n...
the Automatic 700-r4 holds 11.6 quarts total (5 quarts pan service) Using Dexron fluid only
Manual transmissions use a variety of oils: regular motor oil, heavyweight hypoid gear oil or even automatic transmission fluid in some cases. Your owner's manual will tell you what your transmission calls for. If you don't have an owner's manual, either get one or call your local Ford dealer for...
When changing the transmission fluid and filter of a car, it is best to know how much transmission fluid goes back into the car. The 1998 Bravada takes close to 12 quarts of transmission fluid to fill.
well jack up the car to get to plug on side of transmission at least a 17mm head on this bolt break it lose then get out from under car let car down reach up in there now that it is finger loose u can remove plug , note : place a pan under in case it is already still full , with car on level grou...
Need to know make and model of vehicle in order to answer this.
Pewter is a metal alloy of tin and lead.Some of the pewter made after 1840 has a slightly different composition and is called Britannia metal.American pewter was made as early as 1639.In the 1920s pewter came back into fashion and pieces were often marked Genuine Pewter.
No, it does not have a filter. Most manual transmission do not have a filter.most manuel transmissions hve a filter, to get at the filter the oilpan needs to be removed from bottom of transmission
What type of transmission fluid do you use in the 1966 3 speed manual transmission 200 cylinder mustang?
That transmission uses 80-90w gear oil.
Many transmission manufacturers use only a screen on the fluid pickup to filter out any casting flaws or debris that could be poured down the dipstick.Some manufacturers do not recommend changing the filter.The fluid will break down and needs to be changed, the filters do not plug up on a healthy...
While you can't easily turn a manual transmission in a car into an automatic transmission, what you can do is to replace the clutch/transmission system into a torque converter/automatic transmission that was available for that car.You can replace it with other automatic transmissions as well.
The Best Transmission Additives 1. Lucas LUC10009 Transmission Fix. 2. Sea Foam TT-16 Trans Tune Transmission Additive. 3. Liqui Moly 20040 ATF Additive. 4. Lubegard 19610 Instant Shudder Fixx 5. Prolong Super Lubricants PSL15000 Transmission Treatment. 6. Hot Shot's Secret HSS...
Brake fluids today are mostly glycol-ether based, but there are also mineral oil and silicone-based fluids available.The most commonly used power steering fluid substitute is automatic transmission fluid (ATF).Actually, a lot of manufacturers use ATF instead of power steering fluid.
6 qts for the transmission alone and 4 more for a 12" torque converter, 5 if it's a 13".
What is the difference between the 1995 geo metro preliminary service manual and the 1995 metro service manual which replace the preliminary manual for the metro?
The first manual they give us techs but they are not quite done with it or the design of the vehicle its kida a rush job when they finish they give us the replacements.
Remove the oil pan dipstick tube. That requires a 15/16 open end wrench. Next, remove the oil pan carefully/slowly. Remove the filter, clean it with spray carb cleaner as it is a metal screen and can be washed. Put the filter back. Remove all traces of gasket from bottom of transmission. Don't sc...
Pennzoil Synchromesh Manual Transmission Fluid
Manual transmissions On average, a manual transmission will cost you about a thousand dollars less than an automatic of the same model.Better fuel efficiency – Overall, manual transmission engines are less complex, weigh less, and have more gears than automatics.
No. 2-wheel and 4-wheel drive transmissions are different. The center shaft that runs all the way through the transmission on the 4-wheel drives are longer so the transfur case will fit on the back of the trans. You can tear down both transmissions a change out the center shaft and then it will w...
Way less than you can really get. Estimated is in the 20's, yet I have a friend who got 30mpg easily with the 2.2 liter and automatic, and has on occasion brushed the 40mpg mark with his newer 5-speed model. He gets in the mid-20's pulling a trailer.
on most gm stick shift trans there is usually a plug nut on the side of the trans that requires a 3/8 ratchet and some times a short extension to remove it fill with 90 weight gear lube till it runs out of the hole it is full
An 8 speed manual hasn't been produced yet for a car. But I have heard of people switching Auto transmissions with manuals. People typically do it on the Chrysler/Dodge SRT8 charger/300. They don't like the 5-speed. I honestly don't think that there will be a fully manual gear box with a dry plat...
You fill a tranny through the dipstick tube. You will need to buy a small funnel.
The oil type that is used for a manual transmission will depend on the car. Most cars will take 10W30 oil.
For automatic trannies: TH200 = 4.5 qts TH350 = 10 qts.
What is the transmission fluid capacity for a fluid and filter change in a 2003 Chrysler town and country?
Fluid needed after filter change is normally about five quarts.
Currently, most manual transmissions are synchronized, which means gear shifts can be completed quickly and with low shift-knob force for most operating conditions.Synchronizers make this possible because they equalize the speeds of rotating gears and shafts inside transmissions before gear shift...
It takes ½ X 13 thread (¾ head) and the two on top are slightly shorter than the other 4, total of six, two on top, 2 in middle and two more for starter and use grade 8 bolts
You're also going to need a catch pan and 3 to 6 quarts (3 to 6 liters) of automatic transmission fluid.All transmission fluid varies from car to car.Read the sidebar to learn more about the different types of ATF.
The transmission fluid capacity, of your 2002 Toyota, is 12 quarts. The manufacturer recommends that you do not over fill your transmission.
The 1996 F150 owners manual shows for the 5 - speed overdrive manual transmission ( Mazda R2 ) - 3.8 U.S. quarts ( 3.6 liters )
Most transmission fluid is red.There are dyes that are put into it to give it it's red color.Theoretically, transmission fluid can be almost any color.Notable exceptions would be B & M ATF, which is blue, or Mercedes transmission fluid which can also be blue.
The 1999 Hyundai Sonata GLS came equipped with the 2.4L 4-cylinder and 2.5L 6-cylinder engines. Both engines had the F4A51 automatic transmissions. As of September 2014 the newest and downwardly compatible automatic transmission fluid specification for the application is Hyundai SP-IV.
ISO Grade 32, Automatic Transmission Fluid Dexron III is a General Motors trademark for qualified automatic transmission fluids.Mercon covers all automatic transmissions for Ford model year 1988 and after.LUBRIPLATE Dexron III/Mercon is designated as make-up and/or refill fluids to meet respecti...
Average Cost and Factors.The typical price range for a transmission flush is $125 to $250 – approximately twice as much as a fluid change due to the additional fluid required (12-22 quarts instead of 5-7 quarts) to completely replace the old fluid.The average you can expect to pay is $150 for the...
The transmission fluid capacity for a 2000 GMC Jimmy is six quarts. Transmission fluid should be added slowly to because capacity can be reached rapidly.
It may not have a place. Some GM transmissions are sealed for life. You add fluid the same place you check it. If there is no place to check it, then it is sealed.
When lube runs out the fill hole it is full.
They are not the same. You must use exactly what your owner's manual states. You may have ATF+3 or ATF+4. You can use ATF+3 with all older Chrysler transmissions (except as noted below - some Jeeps). ATF+4 is another story. This is from a Chrysler engineer: If there is a doubt about which grade o...
Transmission fluid holder? the only place you should be putting transmission fluid is in the transmission. You add it through the same tube that holds your dipstick. Check it warm and add a quart at a time using a funnel.
Mercon. Do not use Mercon V, as they are not interchangable. Use only Mercon.Mercon. Do not use Mercon V, as they are not interchangable. Use only Mercon. Mercon. Do not use Mercon V, as they are not interchangable. Use only Mercon.
A dry 4L60E with a new 12" converter will hold between 12-13 quarts of fluid, on average.
Should you drop the transmission pan and replace the screenfilter when changing the transmission fluid or just do a transmission flush without dropping pan?
first time before 100,000 miles yes, 1st time after no, presure change from a clean screen will affect band adjustments....another can of worms...after 100,000 miles suggest take it too a pro
Not quite sure on this model, but it has to be very low on the case, or on the very bottom. The plug will probably use a 3/8" square drive wrench for removal. Never remove any drain plug until you find out if you can remove the fill plug first!
There is none. Transmission pan must be removed to drain fluid.
What type automatic transmission fluid will your 1964 Ford Thunderbird use its owners manual specifies Type A?
all Fords prior to 1977 used type F.Update:Type FA.Unfortunately, Type FA is very difficult to find, and I think Valvoline is the only maker now. Most folks nowadays use Type F for their old T-Birds. Some use Mercon. Either way, if you're unsure which type of fluid may be in your '64, I would sug...
A car leaking transmission fluid can be caused by a leak in the pan.This can happen through wear and tear over time.The pan can be punctured or the plugs may not be tightened properly.Either way, if you notice transmission fluid, contact a mechanic so they can inspect and repair the fluid leak.
Downsides of a Transmission Flush And some people warn against performing a flush on a transmission using old, dirty fluid.The flushing procedure may direct the fluid in the opposite direction of normal flow, which may increase the risk of dislodging debris and causing it to settle somewhere it ...
The reverse belt is burnt you could possibly get it fixed? But must of the time its less to replace with a used one.
Transmission replacement costs also vary widely, but manual transmissions typically are cheaper, falling into a rough range of $1,500 to $3,000 for non-luxury vehicles.Automatics are more expensive, with a range of roughly $2,000 to $4,000 for a re-manufactured transmission for most vehicles from...
Umm first of all i dont know what car has 8 speeds lol not even beggadi has that. But if its like a bus or what ever or you miss spelled for 6 speed manual then yes you can replace it but you will need additional parts like clutch cables and transmission guts, ect.
The short answer is yes. It is an involved process and leads to cutting of the floor to allow for the shifter, but a transmission is a transmission and as long as it will mount to the engine it can be installed. Kinda costly though.
Does the 1966 mustang 6 cylinder 200 3 speed manual need to be elevated to change transmission fluid?
It should be lifted and level.
Each has it's advantages. In older cars, manual transmissions generally meant better gas mileage. In newer vehicles the mileage is pretty much the same (check out manufacturer websites and you'll see little if any difference). For some the advantage is the feel of control over the car's shifting....
The Advantages of Manual Transmission Manual transmission vehicles do not have a torque converter.For this reason, manual transmission drivers are able to use the momentum of the engine to slow the vehicle down and brake more easily.Manual transmissions also offer improved gas mileage.
Disadvantages Learning curve. Those learning to drive a manual can expect the first few rides to involve jerking and stalling while becoming accustomed to the clutch and shift timing.Difficulty on hills. Stopping on a hill and starting again can be inconvenient as well as scary. Pain from th...
The gears in a manual transmission are a vital part of the vehicle's operation.The gears turn in time with the engine.The clutch pad working in sync with the flywheel, make sure that the engine and transmission remain locked together to prevent the gears from slipping.
The shift solenoids for a 4t40d transmission are located inside of the unit. The transmission has to be dismantled and replacement times can run up to 8 hours labor.
To set timing, you must first disconnect the tan/black wire found behind the plastic relay cover mounted on the passenger side of the firewall under the hood. Next start the engine and idling in park, engine warm, timing should be set to 0 degrees. When finished adjusting timing, reconnect the ta...
bad things. most likely.
Dark brown or black transmission fluid is a sign of old or burnt transmission fluid.If your fluid is dark brown or black, it needs to be changed, and your transmission should be checked for problems to make sure it is not overheating and burning the fluid.
It is not hard if you know how to drive a manual. If you're thinking about changing your transmission: Buy another car with an A/T instead. It is way more cost effective.
In automobiles, a synchronizer is part of a synchromesh manual transmission that allows the smooth engagement of gears.In aerial warfare, a synchronizer is a device that permits an automatic weapon to fire between the blades of a revolving propeller.
The most current specified and downwardly compatible automatic transmission fluid (ATF) for the 1989 Pontiac Sunbird with the 2.0L 4-cylinder engine (Vin "K") is GM Dexron VI.
The auto transmission dipstick is near the rear of the engine. Add fluid in small amounts as to not overfill.
The torque convertor was never 100% effective when the car was in motion, causing cars to lose more power and burn more fuel on the highway than cars with manual transmissions.So if you're looking to buy a used car and want to save on gas mileage, one with a manual transmission would probably be ...
I would say its a bad radiatorare you sure its tranny fluid and not motor oil, in which case you could have a blown head gasket?**correct answer** there should be a transmission cooler that allows transmission fluid to flow through your rad at some point, these lines, when they break, will let tr...
Sure, but you will have to change many, many, many other parts along with the transmission. I would suggest purchasing a 1990 Bronco like yours that has a standard transmission to use as a parts car.