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93 mazda mpv, where is the hole to refill transmission fluid?

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    sbookfan Aug 05, 2012

    Hi everyone and thanks for the suggestions. I know my transmission is not sealed, my mechanic has added trans fluid to my 1993 Mazda MPV van before and he never mentioned any special procedure.... I do have a dipstick for it so I suspect Stephen's answer is probably the most accurate. My next question would be.. do I add it with the engine running?

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On most models you pour the fluid into the tube where the dipstick is.

Posted on Aug 05, 2012

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    Stephen Aug 05, 2012

    You can add it with the engine off, but it must be running to be checked. Keep in mind the other solutions are "suggested by the website".

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SOURCE: transmission kicks shifting to second gear

This is a known issue with certain '03 and '04 MPV transmissions; my 2003 had the same problem. There is a Mazda technical service bulletin about this - 05-003/004 (Shift Shock). You need to take the van to a qualified shop and have them flash the transmission control module (TCM) with new firmware.

I had this done. It did not completely fix the problem but it did reduce its occurrence.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Locate transmission dipstick 2005 Mazda MPV

I believe it is a sealed unit so it does'nt have one.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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SOURCE: can not find my transmission filter on my 2002

I don't believe you have one. You just need to get the trans flushed.

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SOURCE: what type of transmission fluid does a 2009 mazda use

searched internet finally found downloadable specs at mazdausa.com that showed the ATF M-V for tranny fluid

Posted on Jan 28, 2010

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SOURCE: my mazda mpv 1996 transmission is slipping what

Its usually just the control from the hand lever to the actual transmission. Have your local mechanic look it up. I had a same problem but was fixed in half an hour.

Posted on May 17, 2010

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