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Where do you put transmission fluid in a 1993 toyota t100 manual transmission

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SOURCE: ignition on a 1993 Toyota

Stick a 12 volt test lite in the coil negative side, it should flash while the engine crank's, it will be dim, more like a pulsing glow, if this is not present the Crankshaft position sensor may be defective or the wiring to it. Make sure to check around the engine for any damaged wiring, places where the eng moves the most or the harness runs over something.

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SOURCE: Filling Transmission Fluid on 1991 Toyota Pickup

you put it through the dip stick

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SOURCE: how to change transmission fluid on a 1993 toyota rav4

Ok without knowing the RAV intinmately, below is the link with pics.

You will need a basic tool kit and drain pan and if its your first time a little bit of patience!

Good luck!

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SOURCE: Where is the hole to check and fill the

These cars dont have a dip stick on manual transmissions. there are two bolts on the transmission one on top and the other on the side. The top is to fill and the bottom is to drain. Hope this helps.

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