They are different, auto trans use hydraulic oil or ATF ( automatic Transmission Fluid ) and manuals use that or a very thick version of gear lube like 80w-90.
I'm assuming you are talking about engine oil and not transmission or axle. The engine oil plug is at the lowest level of the engine oil pan. You need to make sure you are looking at the engine oil pan and not the transmission pan. They are pretty close to each other and can be confused if you don't know which is which. On some cars the transmission doesn't even have a plug to drain it. If your car only has one drain plug (bolt) that is probably the engine. Good luck.
Check engine oil when you have just finished driving. Check Transmission fluid when the car is running and the transmission in in N (manual) or P (automatic).
inside the transmission
Depends on the year, make and model vehicle and engine coolant drain, engine oil drain, automatic transmission oil drain, standard transmission oil drain, front differential oil drain and rear differential oil drain.
yes the transmission and rear end are open to each other, use- transmission hydraulic oil-
There are several designs but they all do the same thing, cool heated oil be it engine oil, transmission oil, hydraulic oil, etc.
On the voyager XII, the engine oil and the transmission oil are all the same. Draining the engine oil takes care of it all. On the voyager XII, the engine oil and the transmission oil are all the same. Draining the engine oil takes care of it all.
Primary oil and transmission are the same. The crankcase is different. They are separated.
same as the engine oil
No, No absolutely not. Automatic transmission fluid is not the same thing as gearbox oil.
You dont... The engine oil and gearbox oil are the same thing, so if you want to do this, then just do a normal oil change!
Same as The engine!
On a 400ex the engine and transmission share the same oil. So when you change the oil in the engine you are changing the transmission oil as well. That is why you need an ATV or motorcycle oil designed for wet clutches.
The Honda Rincon uses engine oil as transmission fluid so when you change your engine oil or check your engine oil level you are also changing or checking the transmission fluid at the same time.
Keeping in mind that the same oil services both engine and transmission, honestly, I don't believe that the Lucas fix will fix your problem.
The same oil as you put in the engine!