Don't know how to put transmission fluid in my car, can't check it I need some laser to do that.
I have a 2005 chevy aveo, manual. But you can't check your transmission fluid with out a laser... I was told. But I wanted to know if there is a way to put some in on my own. My car is sounding a little funny, the noise is very low and it happens the most when I shift. There is also a vibration, that I feel mostly in the clutch when I'm easing off it. My friends all tell me my car needs transmission fluid. ( i just want to know how t get some in my car.
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Sep 23, 2010 - 30 posts - 19 authors
Next time it jumps out of gear to push the onstar button and have it towed to .... to either start in 3rd gear (absolutely no power from a cold start until .... The car has beenstuck in park in both situations, level ground and ... My automatic 2005 Chevy Aveo LS requires T-IV Automatic Transmission Fluid (GM pt.
In 2005 GM introduced Dexron VI to supercede all previous versions of fluid to use in automatic transmissions. You can continue to use Dexron III, and it will work fine in your older application. However, Dexron VI is backwardly compatible. This newer specification of ATF is supposed to handle heat and shifting better than the older fluids.
One further imprtant note: Do NOT use Dexron VI in manual transmissions and power steering units.
A 2004 Chevrolet Aveo uses Dexron III (H) automatic transmission fluid.
Read an artcile in the below link: http://www.aa1car.com/library/atf.htm
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What part of manual do u not understand people?? I have an 05 chevy aveo just changed trans fluid.. 75w-90 GL-4 takes about 3.2 quarts.. To drain u have to pull pan off (which makes a big mess) an to fill there is a fill screw on top of transmission next to where battery is un screw an use a long funnel an slowly pour gear oil in...
This is trouble shotting - You are saying that when you turn on the car with the key to the ignition that the engine motor starts up but when you put the transmission into the first gear that your car is not going forward which tells me that your problem happens to be in your transmission linkages. You can check the transmission fluids to see if it has any fluids when your car running and is hot enough to check the fluids.
you dont ---end of story it should never need changing on a modern vehicle ,unless you take the drive shafts out to do a clutch then you top it up through a filler plug at halfway level on the gearbox ,Dont make work .
oh the side of your transmission, above the halfway point, there will be a plug that you can open. (don't open the plug on the bottom of the transmission as that's the drain plug). When you open the plug, some fluid should leak out meaning it's at the right level. If nothing leaks out, pour some fluid in until it starts to run out and then replace the plug.
In a manual car you do not change or flush the transmission fluid. the
only fluid you change is the gear oil for the clutch. The manual
transmissions do not have the ability to be flushed or changed as it
does not have the same internals as an automatic transmission