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Changing manuel transmission/differential oil

I have a 2002 Accent GL, 16 valve, 1.6 liter engine, front wheel drive and DOHC engine. To Change the trans/differential oil is it just a matter of opening the lower plug, draining the oil, and adding to capacity in the side plug? And what is the capacity in case my manuel doesn't say?

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    Tyron Fong Feb 21, 2018

    Hi @Jeameier, It is usually 2L or a little more but less than 2.5L of (Manual) Transmission Oil (75W90). If you're not sure, just fill oil from the side plug till it starts to over flow a little then you should be all good.

    Cheers.

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The last time I changed the oil in a manual tranny that is all I had to do, the level in mine was determined by putting an 1/8 bend in a piece of wire, add oil then check to see if you can touch the oil with the wire, when it does it is full enough.

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SOURCE: Replacing bulb (Headlight) in 2000 accent GL

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SOURCE: 2001 accent gl w/1.6 ohc bent valves

Second hand head from wreckers & new headgasket is probably cheapest way, or just pull yours off & replace bent valves & refit, shouldn't cost more than a few hundred if you can do it yourself. Would bbe worth the price of a new manual if you're unsure how to go about it.

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SOURCE: trans fluid capacity

look at your owners manual

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SOURCE: I have about 103,000 mi. on my 2002 Hyundai Accent

1st GL5 has replaced the GL4, so u are stuck there, the advantages of GL5 are worth the money, as far as the coolant goes get a back flush kit and flush the block that way, Prestone makes then and they are very easy to use, they help get sludge out of the system much better than just draining.

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From this page https://www.worldsbestoil.ca/product-cross-reference.php?year=1996&make=TOYOTA&model=TACOMA&engine=2.7L&vin=1



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Your front 4WD Transfer case is low on Gear Oil.
On warm days, the Gear Oil expands slightly, and is less viscous, so the "Service 4WD" light stays off. On colder days/mornings the story changes.

The following paragraph has info applying to the manual differential only:
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2002 Trailblazer Recall ==========================
OCT 17, 2001 ' Recall ID# 54221

Recall Reason POWER TRAIN:TRANSFER CASE (4-WHEEL DRIVE)
Recall Date OCT 17, 2001
Model Affected TRAILBLAZER
Potential Units Affected 78004

Recall Summary
VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH 4-WHEEL DRIVE. THE CALIBRATION OF THE TRANSFER CASE CONTROL MODULE COULD CAUSE INSUFFICIENT HIGH SPEED GEAR ENGAGEMENT.

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IF THE GEAR IS NOT ENGAGED, THE VEHICLE CAN ROLL WHEN THE TRANSMISSION IS IN "PARK" AND A CRASH COULD RESULT WITHOUT WARNING.

Remedy
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GENERAL MOTORS CORP. 01064/01065

2002 Trailblazer Recall ============================
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Recall Date SEP 05, 2001
Model Affected TRAILBLAZER
Potential Units Affected 895

Recall Summary
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