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Re: What gearbox oil for a Mazda Demio
As long as we're talking about a manual transmission, just regular gear oil is all you need. You can find it at any parts store and many of the larger retail dept. stores. When filling, you'll likely have to fill it through the hole that your speedometer goes into, which can be a pain on some models, but manageable. Hope this helps and have a nice evening!
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The # on the drivers door frame can vary according to where the car was marketed but give that # to cybermonkey in tech forum or try cybermonkey.com and he will cross it and give you all the specs. hope this helps. Gene
manual gear boxes do not have a dipstick , there is a bung plug on the side of the box , about 1/2 way up. to check oil level,umdo that bung plug the oil level is the bottom of that hole.when at correct level oil will just drip over the lip.
I had the same problem I changed the transmission fluid & put a new filter in the trans, this fixed it good until I put my foot down to overtake the trans kicked down to 2nd gear & the hold light started flashing again & the trans started slipping again. I stressed over it for a day or 2 & then I took it out for a drive & thrashed it, Low & behold it came right. When you change fluid its impossible to get all the old fluid out because the torque converter holds a liter or two under pressure, so when I put my foot down some of the gunk blew through & blocked the pump it looses pressure & cant change gear. You need to get it flushed by a transmission specialist
X plate?? 1981?? showing my age ----got me this one thats for sure ??oil level fine .....you sure because it sounds like either low oil ,bent gearchange or a bent clutch plate or worn cover .But and big BUT here ,could the gearshaft be bent,or damaged where it comes out the transmission tunnel .disconnect it from the gearbox and try the mechanism ,also the ball fitting in the bottom of the gearstick
It looks incorrect clutch adjustment, first inside the car depress the clutch pedal by hand and see if there is a free play moor then 10 mm, if so , slacken the locknut at the cable end in engine compartment, now turn the adjustment nut until the distance from the release lever to the roller on the cable is about 3mm, tighten the locknut after adjustmen