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To service my transmission for toyota corolla 2000 1zz-fe engine

Hi this bobby i would like to know about my auto tranmission service and which fluid number does it take thank you

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If your asking what type of fluid do you use then i would use regular ATF in the transmisions.

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of what the whole car.?
that is in the factory service manual (FSM)
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