Question about 2000 Ford Mustang
Naughtyon904, Most manual transmissions have a drain plug (on the botttom) and a fill plug (on the side ) of the transmissions. You need to raise the vehicle with ramps and visually check the transmission. Find the fill plug and remove it. With your finger check the level of the oil. It should be at the top of the fill hole. Also, check with your local dealer to find out exactly what is in the transmission as it is usually gear oil and not transmission fluid that is used. They can tell you the exact weight of the oil to be used and if there are any additives. Good luck with this.
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