where do I put geer oil in the trainy for a standard transmission

Asked by Jun 17, 2007 at 09:05 AM about the 1988 Mazda MX-6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

where do i put geer oil in the trainy

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Hi Baby girl! Most often, transmission fluid is replenished though the hole that your tranny dipstick sits in (NOT your oil dipstick, your tranny dipstick). Call your local Mazda service manager for confirmation on your model year, but again, most often, that's how you do it. Good luck!

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if its a manual trans then you add the fluid through the speedo cable hole.

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the fluid is sealed in the tranny you cannot just put more in nor is there any need to add any

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and good luck finding the tranny fluid dipstick under the hood of a car with a standard trans

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some cars, it IS through the speedo cable hole... on MY car, theres two bolts, ones a drainplug, ones a fill plug. take out the top plug, (the one thats higher up) and if fluid starts leaking out, its full

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Sorry, my dyslexia kicked in, and i didnt see which car you had until after i posted. i used to have that car, and it is indeed the speedo cable hole

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