Thank You for using Fix Ya. The oil is not cheap but compared to the repairs due to lack of lubrication the price is cheap. Chevrolet has been developed sophisticated transmissions through years and it is critical that you add the exact type of transmission fluid stipulated by your owner's manual typically in the back of the manual in a section titled Fluid Capacities. It's entirely the car owners choice what brand of oil he gets. Your owners manual should tell you, if you have it. Thank you Stephen I had this question with the 5speed manual in a 1994 S10. And there isn't any hard shift from cold weather.
Synchromesh fluid and dexron-dexron 11-dexron 111 is two different fluids. Please or to join the conversation. Thinking of doing a fluid change in the tranny. In case this is relevant - As a part of the above vacuum line fun time I had the knee bolster off. My Ranger 4x4 uses the Automatic Transmission fluid in the transfer gear case. When my dad owned and drove this truck he had the clutch replaced at a shop. What type of fluid do I need? There is about an inch of free play in the pedal.
The first is the drain, the second is the fill. Put the car up on jacks or ramps. Fill it till it runs out at the plug a bit. . Plus the high pressures it can handle. Hi, My 1999 Chevy S-10 4-cylinder 5-speed manual transmission with ~ 170K miles on it has an issue. Your 99 Intrigue probably has a tranny gasket that can be cleaned and used one more time.
If your automatic transmission fluid is looking like a strawberry milkshake pink, then you may need to overhaul your tranny. What is your reference source? If it is moving then probably a broken pressure plate. Could cause major transmission failure. Hello kapperkins: My name is Roger and I will help you. Looked through all his old files on the truck, and couldn't find the maintenance or owners manual. However I did not do anything with any of the components the bolster is covering.
There is fluid in the reservoir. Put your fluid receptical under… Asuming this is an automatic transmission, Using a large wide drain pan, loosen all the bolts holding the trans pan up, allow some fluid to drain, remove bolts, remove pan. If no fluid runs out, check your manual for what transmission fluid to use. There is no adjustment, and the pedal pivot does not appear to be worn. Shoot I would too if I was a auto manufactor.
It was recommended that I use either Pennsoil Synchromesh or Royal Purple Synchromax. Thinking of doing a fluid change in the tranny. I just got some the other day. There is a plug on the side of the tranny. Posted on Dec 30, 2014 I have a 1995 Camero, 3.
I had this question with the 5speed manual in a 1994 S10. To get to the line I had to unbolt the cruise control box and squeeze it with medium pressure against the clutch fluid reservoir to get it out of the way. That will depend on which Tranny you have there were 2 see links below. I just got some the other day. When adding transmission fluid to your S10, be sure to add it slowly as the transmission fluid capacity is reached quickly and it is difficult to remove excess fluid if you overfill.
With engine off I can shift into any of the gears normally. There are two plugs in the underside of the main pan, one is in the bottom face, the other is in one corner and is roughly level with the pan to transmission interface. The fact is that your owners manual should tell you what type of oil to use, like I said in my first post. Aprox 4 qts will drain out. Just inherited a 1989 Chev C1500 Reg Cab.
They changed the transmission design somewhere around the time that they made your truck. You can just grab it with your hand and move it in and out an inch before feeling any resistance. It works great and have never had a problem doing it. Please or to join the conversation. I bled the system, but it didn't change anything.
If you don't have the owners manual you'll have to pull a plug and examine the oil to find out what it has in. Looked through all his old files on the truck, and couldn't find the maintenance or owners manual. It seems like the actuating rod going between the pedal and master cylinder should be longer to take up the slack. In case this is relevant - I recently replaced a vacuum line going into the firewall below the clutch fluid reservoir. You'd be a moron to wait for a few days for your favorite brand of oil. Should you need further help please just ask.