How much work is it to repair a broken gas tank strap and replace the sending unit on a 1994 Mazda B4000 5-speed rwd manual V6?
It is easier to handle the tank with no gas as gas weighs about 7-1/2 pounds per gallon. Take the tank off and then the strap just connects to the frame and then remove the t…ank unit.
Answer The manual transmissions on the Mazda Mx-3 series cars are filled through the speedometer sensor hole. Simply remove the 2 bolts that hold it on, pull out the se…nsor, taking care not to damage/dirty the sensor, and fill to the appropriate level. Alternatively, there is a check and drain plug on the transmission, underneath the car. The transmission is located on the drivers side, beside the engine and the plugs are recognized because they are fairly large hexagonal plugs. The drain plug is nearest the bottom and the check plug (or fill plug) is up a little ways and facing the front of the car.
Answer Dealer, possibly salvage yard, Ebay, and many on-line sites. Search Google with the term, "Automobile Owners Manual".
Answer Should be a plug at the side about 1/2 way up on the transmission - fill to this level
Where is the fill plug on a 2005 Toyota tacoma Auto transmission
Left side of the transaxle, next to where the left half-shaft goes in.
Where is the oil fill plug for a 2000 ford focus 5 speed manual trans and what type of oil does it used?
its on the back of the oil pan and its used motorcraft 5W-20
If I am not mistaken a manual or 5 speed transmission doesn't have transmission fluid.
You have to get under the vehicle. On the drivers side of the transmission, you'll see two hex bolts. One has the letters FILL next to it and the other has DRAIN. FILL is fill…er. mobilefoodprofits.com
Drain plug is hex 17mm; fill plug is hex 13mm
Where do you check and fill the transmission fluid on a 1999 Chevy cavalier Z24 coupe 5-speed manual transmission?
you have to go from under the car on the drivers side. there is a dip stick/fill hole
In Ford Ranger
A transmission that has 5 forward gears that you shift manually. You start off in first gear, then 2nd...and so on .The idea is to control the engine speed by selecting the pr…oper gear. These are called manual transmissions. You change gears by depressing the clutch thereby diengaging the transmission from the engine. If,however, you have an automatic transmission then the transmission will "automatically" select the proper gear for you depending on the load of the engine.
On the side of the trans about half way up and in the middle, fill until some comes out.
Should be on the side. There are two plugs. The bottom is the drain and the top is the fill. If I remember correctly it needs an Allen wrench to remove it and is more or less …flush with the trans body. Good luck.
Drivers side, about midway up the side of the transmission.
17mm allen wrench, the transfer case takes a 10mm allen.