Question about 1990 Toyota 4Runner
I'm currently on a road trip (500 miles left to go) and noticed quite a bit of "fluid" covering the transmission and transfer case. I just had the transfer case and both differentials serviced last week and just wanted to make sure there's enough fluid in the manual transmission system. Now I can't find the dipstick anywhere!!! (And I don't even know if manual transmissions come with them...) Any ideas?
There is no dipstick there is plugs in the side of the transmission. if you have a 3/8 ratchet you can remove the higher plug 4" above the bottom of the transmission. stick you finger in the hole to see if you can reach down and get oil on your finger. if you dont have any tools I would be heading to a quuick lube shop and getting the transmission levels checked and topped up if needed. mike
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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