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Where do I put transmission oil in 88 toy camry

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    yadayada May 27, 2010

    manual or auto?

  • Anonymous May 27, 2010

    Do you have a leak?

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If its a Automatic i presume it is, Locate the Dip Stick for your Transmission.Once located pull the Dip Stick Out wipe it off ,And toward and on the Bottom of the Dip Stick you need to Read it. It will shopw a mark (FULL) and it may tell you to Check when its Hot.If so go on a Short Drive come Back Pull the Dip stick out and if its below the Full mark ,Just buy a Funnel to fit the Small Hole the Dip Stick was It and Add a Little at a Time until it Reaches the Full Mark.(DONT OVER FILL IT) and Check to Make sure you put the Right Type of Fluid in. Your Local Parts Store Should beable to Guide you to The Correct Fluid: From The WYOCWBOY

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