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I need to figure out where to put transmission fluid in my truck

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Assuming it is an automatic find dip stick rear left hand side and add it there if it is a manual on side of trans is a plug that a 3/8 ratchet will fit into remove it and add oil till it runs out replace the plug

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Transmission is leaking from my 2008 ford escape. The VIN number does show that it was manufactured in Kansas, but because i am in Canada the recall did not include canadian owners.


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In some of the affected vehicles, the transmission fluid cooler may develop a crack in the tube below the right hand (RH) mounting bracket from thermal and vibration fatigue. This may lead to a small transmission fluid leak and possible rough / harsh shifts. Dealers are to inspect the transmission fluid cooler for a grommet and possible fluid leak below the RH mounting bracket. Based on the results of the inspection, dealers will perform one of the following service

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Grommet not present and transmission fluid cooler leaking - Install new transmission fluid cooler.

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In some of the affected vehicles, the transmission fluid cooler may develop a crack in the tube below the right hand (RH) mounting bracket from thermal and vibration fatigue. This may lead to a small transmission fluid leak and possible rough / harsh shifts.

Dealers are to inspect the transmission fluid cooler for a grommet and possible fluid leak below the RH mounting bracket. Based on the results of the inspection, dealers will perform one of the following service

actions:

INSPECTION

1. Using a suitable light, look through the radiator grille and inspect the transmission fluid cooler mounting

bracket for a grommet behind the mounting bolt. See Figure 1 and Figure 2.


Inspection Result Service Action

Grommet present No further action required

Grommet not present and transmission Install transmission fluid cooler mounting bracket

fluid cooler not leaking

Grommet not present and transmission Install new transmission fluid cooler
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Trying to figure out where to put transmission fluid for a 1992 nissan sentra xe.manual transmission


Well...

U have to get ur car to a LiFTER and unscrew the PLUG on the side of the transmission and u could fill the lubricant in that hole.

Opening that plug at the bottom of the transmission means ur going to drain the old lubricant and have to put a NEW gear oil!

At the age of that Nissan, it really needs a GOOD new slicky fluid! additive to go w/ it is GREAT!


Hope the slips everything up!

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My 1994 Ford Explorer Limited 4X4 had a really bad leak after driving it and all the transmission fluid drained out when i put the vehicle in gear. Is that the front seal? maybe the water pump?


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OK..............There is no transmission fluid just clutch fluid. Its in a small reservoir on the firewall. I think you have a worn clutch or it needs the lines adjusted. If the clutch doesn't engage until the pedal it almost at the top then you need to adjust it or replace it. The cleaner you put in is irrelevant to your problem. There is gear oil in the transmission though but that's not the problem either. The clutch cable is easy to adjust, just loosen the lock nut and spin the cable adjuster until the pedal feels right. Hope this helps :)

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I BELIEVE IT IS A SEALED TRANSMISSION WITH NO WAY OF CHECKING FLUID... aT LEAST IN MY 01 tdi

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