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How do you check or change the transmission fluide in a standred shift 1985nissan pickup?

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No trans fluid standard manual shift uses 90 wgt gear oil on side of trans unscrew plug if oil runs out full if not put some in it

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http://howtobyme.blogspot.com/2011/11/automatic-transmission-will-not-go-into.html

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Assuming the pickup is an automatic, check the transmission fluid. The #1 cause for transmission slippage is lack of Automatic Transmission Fluid.

If the pickup is a standard shift, the pin that connects the shift to the transmission has likely broken. You would still be able to shift from the inside but the gears won't engage. A bad clutch is also a possibility but you would have noticed a burning smell prior to the clutch giving out.

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HI. I would check the TCM(transmission control module), this device transfers the initiated actions from the shifter to the solenoids in the transmission. if the TCM is good, i would check the solenoids in the transmission pan to see if they are working properly. Depending on the model, your transmission may be sealed but, if it isn't, i would recommend checking the fluid level as well.


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