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I got a 1998 Toyota corolla and my cultch is sometime all the way down to the floor and it wouldn't go into gear is it the transmission or the transmission fluid???

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I would guess either damaged input shaft splines, or broken clutch springs. In a manual transmission the fluid does not affect the clutch.

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If your car calls for ATF 4 transmission fluid, then yes. Check your owners manual for the correct fluid.

If you don't have a copy of your owners manual, you can register for free at the Toyota owners site and get a copy: http://www.toyotaownersonline.com/Owners/reg.do

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It differs with use but for a rule of thumb you can look at the fluid on the dipstick against a white cloth and if it brown to black looking not a reddish color you should have it serviced.Either a drain and fill or a complete trans flush if it is black.Your trans will thank you

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SOURCE: Low Automatic Transmission Fluid in 2009 Toyota Corolla

how about ATF AVT TRANMISSION FLUID

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SOURCE: change transmission fluid in 2004 Toyota Corolla

cool off the fluid , locate, loosen and remove the drain plug of your ATF, fully drain the oil, once fully drained up to the last drop, put back the drain plug and refill the ATF. if its a manual transaxle the procedure is the same.....hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Transmission fluid capacity for 1998 Toyota Camry

According with the repair guide, with automatic transmission...Transmission model A541E (17 bolt fluid pan): - Service change only - 3.7 quarts.
- Total refill - 8.5 quarts.
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