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Look for the red dip stick the yellow is always engine oil the red is the transmission don't mix them up . You can add transmission fluid down this tube. However if your haveing shifting problems look at the color of the existing oil and smell it . It shouldn't smell burnt and should be red in color if it is you may need to have the flushed and serviced to keep it from dieing on you . Its a lot cheaper them replaceing the trany
At the rear of the engine locate the dip stick going into the transmission case, it look like an oil dip stick. Pull it out and wipe clean. Re-insert pull out and read the fluid level at the bottom of the dip stick. Do this with engine off and on a level surface.
Hi: To Refill your Auto Transmission with Tranny Fluid, There is NO CAP, Look For a Dip Stick Similar to your Oil Dip Stick.You Refill your Transmission where the Transmission Dip Stick comes out of a Tube. You'll Need a Funnel that Fits inside the Transmission Dip Stick Tube. This Should Resolve your Question. Please Vote and That actually sends me How Well I have Helped You. OH Look Towards the middle to the Back of Your Engine to Locate Your Tranmission Dip Stick: From the WYOCWBOY
No more than two gallons,put in one gallon,start the truck,and check the dip stick.It will probably take six or seven.Do not over fill ! If it's a stick shift, one gallon.Pull the plug off the side of the trans and fill till it runs out the hole.Re install the plug and your done.
Have you checked your transmission fluid level. After you've driven for at least 10 minutes park the car in a level spot. Put your transmission into neutralm not park. Open the hood and use the transmission dip stick (looks just like your oil one but says trans fluid on it) Remove the dip stick wipe it clean (the fluid should be pink and not smell burnt) put it back in and pull it out, make sure your fluid is in the 'safe' range. If fluid is dark or smells bad have it changed. Unfortunately if you've never had it changed it may have already caused damage.
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
try one from a 92 it should work better,know really i cant think why there would be a prob if it bolted up wright,its pretty simple how it works press the clutch and force hydraulic fluid threw line ,makes the slave cylinder engage the clutch shift i don't think works off the brain so its got to be mechanical some times it helps to step away from it for while! good luck