Question about Toyota ECHO
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Best way is look in your Srevice Manual that came with your car, it list all fluid types for you auto. .Walk right into the local Auto perts shop and say" Ineed to purchase some trans fluid for my 2000 Honda Civic what kind should I get and he can look it up for you. Call the local Honda dealers parts department. They will know for sure! lots of luck. If you find this helpful please leave a good rating Thanks, Jack
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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There should be a dipstick for it between the engine and the firewall labeled transmission.If there isn't one,a shop has to check it but I don't believe that method started until well after your year model.Start the car and let it warm up for 5 minutes on a flat,level surface.With the engine running,pull out the dipstick and wipe off with a paper towel will do.Reinsert the stick and check the level according to the marking,same as an oil level marking.Do it a couple of more times to ensure accuracy.If you do need fluid,you need to simply read the back of the transmission fluid container.Every manufacturer makes their own so it is not universal.Toyota for yours obviously.When adding fluid,you can turn off the car but you will need to add little by little,doing 3 or 4 readings,being careful not to overfill.Somewhere in the mid to upper range of the marking is best.Overfilling can cause the gaskets to leak,but not right away.If you have any questions or need more help,just comment here and I will get an autolink to your post and reply ASAP.I really encourage responses so I can follow up properly as I know where you stand and asking someone else restarts all the explaining because we cannot see other 'Expert's' responses.Good luck,Greg
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
the normal one is all i use on everthing dextron ,its only the colour that changes depending on the make
Posted on Apr 13, 2012
With such a small engine, the automatic Echo won't shift into overdrive (4th gear) until a certain engine/transmission temperature is reached. This is to protect the bearings and gears from too much torque and stress while the oil is still cold and not flowing at it's optimum level. Usually when the blue "cold" light on the dash shuts off, the transmission will up-shift to 4th. When it is very cold, it could take another few minutes of driving before it will do so.
Posted on May 05, 2012
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