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Manual transmissions use gear oil, not automatic transmission fluid.
There will be a filler plug on the side of the gearbox. The gear oil should be filled up to the very bottom of the filler plug hole.
Assuming you are talking about a standard transmission you have to locate the filler plug on the side of the transmission. Remove the plug. Most gear oil bottles have a long tube neck, simply insert neck into filler hole and squese bottle until gear oil comes out of hole. Any auto supply store can recomend the proper oil for your vehicle.
No transmission fluid are ever used in manual transmissions.
Gear oils are used. And the specification is:
Gear Oil 80/90W
You would need to park the truck on a level ground in order to do this job.
Remove the filler-plug on the side of the gearbox, and using a hand-pump or a rubber hose, fill the gearbox with the specified oil. Once the gear oil starts to flow out through the side filler-plug, stop! The required quantity is reached.
Replace the filler-plug and start the car to check for leak.
Be careful so you don't accidentally get unwanted item in the bearbox.