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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.
Try replacing the filter on the transmisson also check to see if your transmisson cooler is plugged, you can do this by disconneting both cooler lines and putting air into one hole the air should blow out freely if not buy a after market cooler and install it.
No the manual transmisson does not have a stick. on the transmisson their are two plugs. One for draining and one for filling. In order to check the fluid, pull the higher plug out and feel with a finger in that hole for fluid. To set the level to the correct level you would need to drain and refill the trans. If no leaks are present you should be OK