Question about 2005 Chevrolet Aveo
I can't locate the manual trans drain plug or fill plug on my 2005 chevy aveo. It's always been pretty easy to locate on all of my other vehicles. help!
Keith, Searched the net on this, a little confusion on this one and not a lot out there. The pan/ diff. cover has to be removed or at least loosened some to change the fluid. Check the attached link,instruction and guide, Good luck
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06 Manual Transmission Fluid Change Interval Spec and No Drain Plug
Manual Transmission Fluid Flush
Posted on Aug 14, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
It sounds like you have a problem with your crank sensor or cam sensor!! You will have to take to a dealer that knows how to learn the crank sensore.. Yes it has to be learned into the computer.
Also there was a sevice bulletn on mising being that the intake valves needed to be replaced and reseated.
The transmission code is being sent because of the randome missing.. so it will not upshift into I think 4th (lockup). and the other is sent to torque because of the random miss also..
Solution!!!!!!! take to dealer and have them relearn crank sensor!!!
Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
I have looked and looked for this myself. I belive since one of the wires runs to the ecu. for the acc power it is branched off of some other . If you need a good reliable place to pull power. Use the power windows Breaker / fuse its on the passanger side it is on acc power for the key.
The other Direct battery feed for the radio is protected in the left fuse box on the drivers side.
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
Get a drill driven pump from an auto parts store to **** the fluid out of the transmission's fluid level dip stick. Then add fluid through the same hole to fill until the full level is found on the dipstick.
Manual Transmission Lubricant Manny manual transmissions use gear oil viscosity of about SAE 80W or 90 grade. This is a gear oil viscosity and has nothing to do with motor oil viscosity. For instance, SAE 80W gear oil can have the same viscosity characteristics as SAE 40 or 50 motor oil. However, not all-manual transmissions use gear oil. For years, Chrysler Corporation specified the use of automatic transmission fluid in their manual transmission vehicles. Some transaxles, both foreign and domestic, use either ATF or engine oil to lubricate the transmission. For this reason, it is always best to consult your owner's manual or your dealer if you are unsure about what sort of lubricant to use in your manual transmission.
Find the transmission fill cap and remove as much fluid as possible using a drill operated pump or a hand pump.
Then, add gear lubricant as required until full using a funnel.
Sometimes there is no fill dipstick or conventional fill cap, but must remove the speedometer gear to get at the fluid.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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