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Which oil to use for gear box and for hydrolic system and how much time require to change the same.

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loosen the bleed screw.Then check if you can press the pedal down.If you can you have to change the clutch Assembly.If you still find it hard to depress then the master cylinder needs to be replaced.Hope this was useful.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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If it is a timing belt and not a chain, the book suggest 4-7 years. If the belt does not look worn or cracked, than I wouldn't worry about it. If it looks like it needs to be changed soon, than it is probably that time to be changed

The transmisson fluid and filter should be changed ever 2 years.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: WatNut must take out to change gear box oil

What you are looking for is a plug that has a hex(for allen wrench) in the middle. It should be on the bottom of the transmission, assuming this is a manual transmission.To refill a manual trans, after putting the drain plug back in, Remove the plug on the side of the trans. Same thing on the tool or the plug has a square head. You can use a crescent wrench on the square. Fill the trans thrrough the side hole with the proper oil. Proper level is aproximately 1/8" from bottom of threads of hole Put you pinky in in the hole straight and push downward until the tip of your finger touches oil. Keep your finger straight. Theskin/meat on your finger will give about 1/8" as you press down. That done, chk both plugs and you're done.
If this is an automatic trans, the pan needs to be taken down to change oil. Good Luck.

Posted on May 28, 2010

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there may be air trapped in the slave cylinder. Try bleeding the slave by pushing in the slave piston with the bleeder open. Close the bleeder before releasing the piston and repeat until no air comes out. OK?

Posted on Dec 06, 2010

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SOURCE: hydrolic clutch has air

If the slave cyl has a bleeder screw you should be able to do it just like a brake system.

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How effective is transmission oil /gear box oil to an automatic vehicle if it has not been changed for a long time. What can it cause on the vehicle? (in my case a Toyota Noah Auto)


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indications that an oil change is require include slow to change up or down
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My rover 75 1.8 club has a hydrolic clutch but find it hard to change gear mainly down shifting


decent car the rover i like them anyway,now if vehicle is going into gear ok and the pedal bite is the right height then check the gearbox oil level EP90 oil is used for this never mind this thin stuff used on modern cars its not a lot of good regardless what the designers say ,a nice bit of thick hypoid oil is the best as its a diff and gearbox unit all in in one on front wheel drive car and no lubrication around the syncros and baulk rings will cause this problem ,if after topping up the gearbox and it goes noisy then pump some LM grease into the box about a grease gun full as this will end up in the bottom of the box and help stop any leaks along the bottom gasket or the drive shafts and help quieten the box ,yes i know its a arthur dailey type trick but it works ,well what do expect from a old truck fleet fitter like myself no dealer unit changer here

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Hydrolic clutch has air


If the slave cyl has a bleeder screw you should be able to do it just like a brake system.

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the hydrolic has a leak on one of the seals. somewhere there must be a place where oils build up can be seen. check and replace.

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Having trouble with gear selection especially changing down manual transmission


the clutch probably needs to be tightened up a bit that is if you can i dont know if it has a cable or is hydralic
if it has a cable then tighten it untill you have a little free play you can feel when you depress clutch pedal
if hydrolic then you may have air in system or master/slave cylinder may be going bad
also if you have recently had the gear oil changed they may have put in to thick an oil or the wrong type

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Bit of a long shot, but check the output of the throttle position sensor with a multimeter.

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Try unplugging the connector that carries the low range sense signal from the transfer box under the vehicle and see if that makes a difference.

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A re-built trani is pretty much as good as a new one - and certainly less expensive than a new one..

Most all auto trani's are re-built rather than being replaced with a new one..

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