Question about 1990 Nissan Pulsar
On the side of the trans. you'll find 2 bolts that have 1/2" drive holes in them. A 1/2" drive ratchet head will fit in. On the upper bolt, you'll remove it and this is the hole that the oil will go into. Use a pump that screws to the top of the oil container which is available at any parts store. Pump the oil into trans. until it comes out of the bottom of the hole. Screw the plug back in and tighten.
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