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Manual transmissions use gear oil, not automatic transmission fluid.
There will be a filler plug on the side of the gearbox. The gear oil should be filled up to the very bottom of the filler plug hole.
there is no plug, you must have the transmission flushed out to do this, this method exchanges all the fluid with new fluid, cost abot $100 on average, oil change center do the service for the best price..
The front seal could be replaced, and not have a problem. If you have a shop other than a transmission shop do the repairs, make sure the torque converter hub is inspected to make certain its not scratched/scorn. If the trans shifts properly and the fluid is not burned or smells burned, this would be an easy repair. If the trans fluid smells burned, and hasn't been serviced regularly, the rebuild would be the way to go. Also, ask what the warranty for any and all repair are on your vehicle. Normal warranty is 1yr, 12.000 miles in the automotive business.
that is very difficult. it could be that you need to change your filter and fluid. but, it could be that you do need to replace or rebuild your transmission. if you go to your local autozone, they can help you out with everything you need.
You can use-
Motorcraft MERCON Multi-Purpose (ATF) Transmission
Alternative Transaxle Fluid - SAE 75W90 Gear Oil
API GL-4 You are seeing that right, one instance they call for 75W90 and the other it is ATF. It is ok to run either, 75W90 will give you smoother shifts and less noise.
This transmission is filled through the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) hole.