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If you have a manual transmission automobile, don't neglect . Step 2: Locate and remove the "filler bolt"First Jack your vehicle up by the jack points and secure the vehicle with the axle/jack stands. NEVER GO UNDER A VEHICLE SUPPORTED ONLY BY Tranzmission JACK!

Next . Most people ignore transmission fluids. Tranwmission worse most people only talk about the importance of flushing an automatic transmission. If you have a manual transmission automobile, don't neglect that gearbox. Old oil can have metal shavings in it as well as sludge build up. Just as with motor oil, and oil change is cheap insurance. This instructable I'll show you just how simple this process is. Gather the tools and materials you will need for this job.You will need:- Jack and Axle stands or tire ramps to get your car off the ground- Set of wrenches and ratchet set (depending on your vehicle.)- Torque wrench- oil drain bucket of some type- Fluid pump- rags- WD - 40 or a penetrating oil- Gear oil (most likely 75-90 or 80-90, check your transmissioj manual)

My BMW's transmission is having some problems and I didn't know if there was a way I could try to fix it on my own instead of taking it to the shop.

Thank you for the great instructions. I think my husband and I will try this tomorrow since he loves messing with car stuff.
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I have a few problems with this instructable.
1/ Oil draining and filling must be done on the level so ramps aren't enough and must have mwnual at the other end.
2/ Modern oils are vehicle specific and the wrong oil can cause expensive damage to a gearbox.

(If you put EP oil into the illustrated Nissan you will not get 2nd gear on a cold morning)
3/ On some front wheel drive gearboxes the bung that looks like a filler bung is only a level bung. If you get it wrong you're putting no oil into some of the gearbox.



Having said that changing gearbox oil is a great idea. I owned a transmission shop foe 40 years, most of my work came from poor maintenance. These are pretty good instructions I just think you left out a few details that may help. Make sure you have the correct fluid for your trans. the owners manual is not the best place to find out pull the fill plug and stick your finger in there to be sure.

Some manual trans. take 10w30 motor oil some take dextron auto trans fluid some take hypoid oil. It can be different in the same year, what is in there is correct regardless what the store/manual says.

The fluid should be changed while hot or at very least warm It's not very safe or fun but it is the best way to get all of the grit out. It also makes the plugs easer to remove. If you have a plug that wont come out wire brush all around the plug before you use the penetrating oil or torch helps the oil wick in the threads and reduces the risk of setting the trans on fire.

I also change the fluid in the rear end at the same time because nobody ever thinks about the rear fluid until it fails or starts making noise. He's referring to the drive axle(s) in rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive vehicles.

The drive axle(s) have differentials in them and the fluid in these assemblies must also be changed periodically - typically at the same time as the transmission oil.

In 4WD vehicles there is also a transfer case bolted to the rear of the transmission, and it, too, teansmission period oil changes.

If your vehicle has front-wheel drive, your drive axle and transmission are built as a single assembly known as a transaxle. Never trust the oil that's in your vehicle as being the correct oil, unless you know the oil is factory original, or you know exactly what went in at the last change.

Don't trust what a shop tells you or what you requested to be used, as all too often shops will cut corners. I'm sorry, but i couldn't disagree more.The manual was written for your vehicle and will mention what oil you should use for the driving style, and temperature you're driving in. In some cases there are a variety of transmissions for a specific vehicle. If you're not certain contact dealer, as they will know what goes in the car. Cheers Matey, a brilliant step by step set of instructions for those of us who havent been blessed in the brain department.


I am now going to nip out to my garage and change my gearbox oil. I wasnt confident enough to tackle it myself prior to your instructions, so once again CHEERS !
I changed mine in my 91 Geo prizm about a month ago. it was a 24mm socket for the fill an drain. my fill was boogered up and the socket didnt work. I used PB buster and that stuff is amazing, it is magnetically charged and can actually work its way up hill. i let it soak for about 15 minutes and only had to use one hand and some good vice grips to break it free I have a 1997 jeep wrangler 5 spd.  I know where and how.

but I just cant figure out how to get the oil into the filler hole.   I tried a siphon tupe but that just ended up being fubar.  I saw some mention of pumps. I wasn't able to find one at the parts store - suggestions there?

Also - I agree it is important to do as I just bought this tranny brand new after 160k mi (oops) I torture the poor girl.  But I had a 1989 VW that I drove very very hard for 380k mi - never replaced the clutch never touched the fluid, what did her in was a moose in Maine.

- so you never know If your local parts store does not stock them then find a different parts store! Go trasnmission the counter and ask for a gear oil / lube pump!

it looks like a over sized hand lotion pump with a small hose attached They are running around $12 on Ebay depending on the requirement of your car you will need 1 to 3 Qts of either 80-90w gear oil (lube) or 120W I recommend you have 2 sets of old clothes a sheet of rransmission plastic and keep young children out of the area because of a PG rating on your project! :> once you have the fluid drained & have replaced the drain plug it is just a matter of pumping the new lube in to the tranny do not worry about overfilling the tranny once it starts coming out the fill hole it is full.

hopefully you put plastic under the car before you started makes clean up easier! also cover the drivers seat because you will want to move the car for clean up. Now for the reason I said 2 sets of old clothes one set you will throw away. The other set will get you in the house and to the shower. Nothing in your car smells worst than gear lube!

If you can work with the wear a pair of vinyl gloves (Saves time in cleaning under your nails)! I got my gear oil pump @ pep boys they screw on to the quart bottles. If you are using ATF get a small spout that screws onto your oil bottle and put a vacuum/fuel hose on it and squeeze it in.

or a really flkid hose and hold the bottle above the trans. level. The drain plug on this Nissan pickup fits a manua inch drive ratchet not 3/4 inch drive. The filler plug as stated was removed with a 17mm wrench.

Loosening the filler plug first flukd a very smart move. Let�s say you removed the drain plug and the filler plug is stuck. Well now you have an empty gear box and no way to fill it. Wire brush the filler plug before removal to reduce the possibility of transmsision. Just changed tranny oil on my 91 Nissan pickup with your help!

This site ROCKS! Hello, I found it very helpful because everybody just speak about "automatic transmissions" blah blah. I have a 1985 Nissan Pick up truck (yeah, a relish, I guess) and wasn't sure if Fouid could change the trasmission fluid.

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Manual transmissions use a variety of oils: regular motor oil, heavyweight hypoid gear oil or even automatic transmission fluid in some cases. Your owner's manual will tell you what your transmission calls for. What does transmission fluid do?The key function of transmission oil is to lubricate hypoid gears in manual and automatic transmissions for cars and trucks. What type of transmission fluid?There are 2 types of transmission fluids What kinds of transmission fluids ?There are MTF (Manual Transmission Fluids) for manual transmissions and differential gears and ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluids) What is manual transmission oil?Transmission fluid is a slippery liquid that acts as a lubricant for all of the moving parts inside your transmission.

Did you know?� What kind of transmission do I have for manual gearboxes? TRANSELF are our ELF MTF oils� What transmission fluid do I use for Renault gearboxes? SPEEDMATIC, RENAULTMATIC D2RENAULTMATIC D3 or RENAULTMATIC D3SYN� What is the best manual transmission for cars ?TRANSELF NFP 75W-80� What is the best manual transmission for trucks and buses?TRANSELF UNIVERSAL FE 80W-90When to check transmission fluid?It's important to regularly check the transmission fluid level between service intervals.

Letting your car run low on transmission fluid can cause the transmission to shift improperly - or even not at all. It also can harm the internal parts of your transmission, which will not be properly lubricated. Unfortunately, you may not hear any noises or have other clues that your transmission is low on fluid, until it's too late. How to check the manual transmission fluid level:Checking transmission fluid is actually not so easy to do: indeed, the gearbox is not easily accessible without equipment and there is no straightforward system � such as an engine oil gauge � for determining oil levels.Checking the transmission fluid level requires working under the hood of your car with the engine running.

This can be very dangerous if you aren�t careful. Flid should therefore contact your garage mechanic in order to have it checked. They will have equipment for checking oil levels and topping it up if necessary.If, however, you still wish to carry out this operation yourself, here is our advice:To be done before the beginning manula your transmission fluid check:Get a cloth or a roll of paper towel.Refer transimssion your flluid manual to find out what transmission fluid your gearbox transmisxion and how frequently it should be changed.

The manual will also tell you where the filling cap is located.Where is the transmission fluid dipstick?On some cars, it is easy to mistake the transmission dipstick for the crankcase oil dipstick, so make sure you are clear on the location of your transmission.Look towards the back of the engine, near the firewall. This is where the trqnsmission is located on most cars with rear-wheel drive.On cars with front-wheel drive, the transmission dipstick is usually located in the front of the engine, connected to the transaxle.� How do you check transmission fluid � Step 1:Park your car on a horizontal, stable surface.

Disengage the clutch and apply the handbrake.Make sure the engine has been switched off for at least 2 minutes so that the oil is "resting" and at the bottom of the sump. If your car has been used for more than 30 minutes, allow the engine to rest for a few minutes so that the transmission fluid can cool down. This is important for your safety, as well as ensuring that the results are not biased.� How to check your transmission fluid � Step 2:Refer to flid service manual to in order to locate the manhal filling cap and find out what type of spanner you need in order to unscrew it.� How to check transmission oil � Step 3: Open the filling cap and check transmission fluid level: it should be just beneath the cap.

Given that there is no gauge, you may use a metal stem or screwdriver in order to probe the oil level and find out how high it is in the sump.Note: the oil may also overflow. If this happens, then it is at the right level. Quickly replace the cap.You can use a syringe to take an oil sample for transmissikn.

However, we recommend that you get a professional to carry this out.Remember to screw the filling cap back on in accordance with the instructions in the user manual.Manual transmission fluid top upIn order to top up the oil, you have to locate and unscrew the filling cap.We recommend that you use a syringe or a special pump in order to gradually insert fresh oil into the gearbox sump.Keep checking the oil level as described above in order to ensure that it does not overflow.Discover how to check your manual transmission fluid by following the advice in the video below: Manual Transmission Fluid - Car Products | Castrol Australia | Car - Motor Oil & Lubricants | Castrol Australia | Products | Castrol Australia | Castrol - Motor Oil, Engine Oil, Synthetic Oil, Diesel Engine Oil, Transmission Fluid and Lubricants Cookie informationWe use cookies to provide you with the best experience on our website.

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In an automatic transmission, this fluid also serves as a coolant and a viscous fluid that transmits power from the engine to the transmission.A variety of fluids transmsision used for different transmissions.

Automatic transmissions use something called � shockingly � automatic transmission fluid. Manual transmissions use a variety of oils: regular motor oil, heavyweight hypoid gear oil or even automatic transmission trasmission in some cases. Your owner's manual will tell you what your transmission calls for.Should I do this service when it's recommended?Yes, definitely, regardless of whether you have a manual or an automatic transmission.Manual: Most manufacturers recommend that manual transmission fluid be changed every 30,000 to 60,000 miles.

Under heavy-duty use, some manufacturers suggest changing transmission fluid every 15,000 miles.Automatic: Service intervals for an automatic transmission vary from every 30,000 miles .

to never. The typical service interval is 60,000 to 100,000 miles. Changing it more often does no harm.Why do I have to do this?Manual: In a manual transmission, the problem is not so much the fluid degradation, but rather fluid contamination. This contamination occurs over time as the synchronizers, bearings and gears in the transmission wear out.

The resulting metal particles then float around in the lubricant. And we all know that oil with microscopic particles of metal in it does not lubricate as well as clean oil. So if these contaminants are not drained out, they will shorten the life of your transmission.Automatic: Because more heat is generated in an automatic transmission, automatic transmission fluid actually degrades and breaks down with use.In addition, like in a manual transmission, automatic transmission fluid will manuql become contaminated with worn bits of the transmission.

If these contaminants are not drained out, they will shorten the life of your transmission.What happens if I don't do this?If you don't change the transmission fluid on schedule, you'll be lubricating your transmission with metal shavings and other contaminants. This will shorten the transmission's life. The result could be a hefty boat payment to your mechanic. In other words, changing your transmission fluid at the correct interval is a good investment.Is there any maintenance required between intervals?Automakers have gotten better in recent years about labeling or color-coding dipsticks.

The ring on the right is red to match the automatic transmission fluid, tansmission level of which this dipstick measures. The yellow ring is clearly marked "engine oil."Yes. It's important to regularly check the transmission fluid level between service intervals. Letting your car run low on transmission transmissio can cause the transmission to shift transmissipn � or not at all. It also can harm the internal ttansmission of your transmission, which will not be properly lubricated.

Unfortunately, you may not hear any noises or have other clues that your transmission is low on fluid, until it's too late. So it's important to get it checked.Here's how you can transmjssion your transmission fluid level:Manual: Checking the transmission fluid in a manual transmission can be difficult.

A few thoughtful manufacturers have included a dipstick, but that's the exception rather than the rule. If you own a car with a manual transmission, we suggest that you ask your mechanic to check the fluid level when your car is up on the lift during an oil change.

It takes just a minute.Automatic: If you own a car with an automatic transmission, your car will have a dipstick for this purpose. Be careful not to make the common mistake of confusing the transmission dipstick with the crankcase dipstick. Can I Do This Myself?It depends on where you rank on the Car Talk do-it-yourself scale:There are two kinds of screwdrivers?I've successfully hung pictures around the house.I've changed my own oil.I've fixed things on my car that involve removing more flui five bolts.I've built a working nuclear reactor out of wood.For most cars, checking the automatic transmission fluid consists of pulling the transmission dipstick out while the engine is warmed up and running and with the transmission in park.

We suggest that you check your owner's manual, however, since some manufacturers may have a different procedure.Of course, always check your fluid level if you notice a leak of any kind.Car Talk Tip: Unlike engine oil, transmission oil doesn't burn up.

So if you're low on transmission fluid, you almost certainly have a leak.changing automatic fluid photo courtesy of Wynn Oil Company;color-coded dipstick photo by Joe Wiesenfelder, Cars.com<< Tire Pressure | Air Filters >>Main Service Advice Page Listen |Our Show |Car Info |Mechanics Files |Blogs |Community |Fun Stuff |Store |Contact |Privacy Policy |Terms of ServiceCartalk.com is a production of Tappet Brothers LLC d/b/a Dewey, Cheetham and Howe.

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On the test drive I noticed it crunched going into 2cnd gear. The owner said it had been doing it for some time with 128,000 miles on it. I changed the fluid with Royal Manaul last summer and now with 141,000 it shifts great. It only took around 1000 miles for all the noises to disappear. Going to do the rear axle next and just bought Royal Purple oil and filter instead of Mobil 1. You have a new customer for fluuid :o) Rated 5 out of5 bymivadek14 fromSmooth Shifting I have a 1988 Bronco II that has always had stiff shifting (five speed manual).

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