Question about 1992 Eagle Talon
On the passenger side of the transmission. Just above axle level, there is a plug with like a 17mm head. There is another one same side near bottom. The lower is the drain. Unscrew the upper plug. The oil is full, when the oil level is at the bottom of of the fill plug hole. If unsure because you cannot look in the hole. Just fill till it starts to run out some. Let it spill out till it stops. Replace the plug in its hole. Make sure you did not lose the metal sealing washer on the plug Put it in little past snug with a wrench. Make sure you use some brake clean spray to clean off the spillage. That way you can see where it is leaking if it has leaks.Transmission takes 90 wt. I believe. I had problems with a 1-2 synchronizer grind, only on the first shift when cold. I drained and refilled with Redline MTL fluid and it was gone.
Posted on Dec 31, 2014
In my experience most vehicles having a manual transmission do not have a dipstick for the tranny. The gear oil in the tranny is typically checked another way.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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