Question about 1992 Mazda MX-5
Auto? manual? AT has a dipstick. Manual has a plug about halfway up the side to check oil level. should dribble out the hole when plug is removed. If not, fill it until it does dribble.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if automatic the dip stick is under the bonnet on the left hand side if you are facing the front of the engine it is at the back of the engine just to the right of the rocker cover and may be hard to see because of wires it has a black loop handle ok
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
Looking at the car from the front, the dip stick for the transaxle is down very low at the left hand side of the engine, close to being under the battery. It is normally yellow. Follow the large water hose that runs down next to your battery. The yellow dip stick handle is right along side of that hose (to the right of it) down low. It will either pull out or unscrew.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Tranny fluid- there should be a dipstick with a handle on it under the hood somewhere. They usually say transmission on the handle. Check the fluid while the motor is running, there will be marks on the dipstick to tell you the correct level.
Brake fluid- simply pull the cap off of the resivor and make sure the fluid is to the top.
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
Transmission fluid is located inside the transmission fluid pan. It is checked and added through the fill tube. The dipstick is located under the hood. You have two dipsticks, one for engine oil and one for transmission fluid. On some models, the dipstick for the transmission fluid may be located under the engine cover in the cab of the van between the driver's and front passenger's seats. If you simply cannot find two dipsticks under the hood, it's under the engine cowl.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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