2000 lbs (1 ton)
For a 1999 Solara v6, the oil capacity is 5 qts. of 5W30.
You should edit your question. To provide an accurate answer you need to mention whether you have a manual or automatic transmission and then which transmission. They're different between the 4 and 6 cylinder and between Gen I and Gen II Solaras. Or, download the factory service manual from Toyota which will have that data. You can also purchase the Chilton or Haynes maintenance manuals for Solara. All will have capacities along with complete instructions for replacing transmission fluids. Cheers
Check your owners manual. I think you'll discover you need 5 quarts with filter change. Cheers
It comes in handy knowing the amount of transmission fluid a car will hold. The 1999 Toyota Solara will need 5 quarts of Dexron III fluid.
Genuine Toyota ATF T-IV, which is fully synthetic
Right here, and it's free: http://www.autoownermanuals.com/manuals.item.3719/Toyota-Solara-Owners-Manual-2001.html A great resource for anyone who's purchased a pre-owned vehicle then discovered the previous owner removed the manual. If you'd rather not print the manual from the online source you can order one from Toyota online: www.toyotaownersonline.com or from your Toyota dealer. Cheers
The gas tank capacity for both the generation 1 and generation 2 Solara is 18.5 gallons.
where is the fuse box in a Toyota solara
Assuming you have the auto transmission and not manual, there's a transmission dipstick near the firewall. Pull that stick and follow the instructions that are inscribed on it. Most manufacturers want the transmission totally up to temperature (hot) and the engine running while checking the fluid level. Cheers
Look in the owners manual. Probably about 5 quarts with filter change. Put four in and check dip stick after running the engine.Ask a dealer or a parts house.
4 quarts for 2.4 4 cyl and 5 qts for v6