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Where do I add transmission fluid in 1986 toyota cressida?

I do not have an owners' manual. I checked my transmission fluid and saw that it was almost empty. Where do I add more fluid?

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  • gerhard_davi Apr 19, 2009

    How much does it hold? Can I overfill it?

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You fill it through the dipstick tube with a funnel.

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  • Tim Phipps Apr 19, 2009

    If it is low, it should only be a quart or so. You will only want to add about 1/2 of a quart at a time and then check the level.

    You can overfill this and it is hard to take fluid back out.

    Fluid should be checked with engine running.

    You may want to buy the haynes manual for your vehicle.

    It will provide a lot of information and is under $20.00.

    It also has most of your vehicle's specifications listed.

    I think that I have one for every vehicle that I own. They usually pay for themselves several times over just in saved time.


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Ok your dipstick for your transmission is also where you fill it, get a funnel with a small base and put that in the hole where you pulled the dipstick out of. then add your transmission fluid. my 1986 toyota pickup 2wd holds 3 quarts of oil at a time. i hope this helps

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