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changing cv shaft, about how much amount of trans fluid...

Discussion in 'Drivetrain' started by eternalegacy, Jun 2, 2008.

  1. eternalegacy

    eternalegacy Active Member

    would be needed for this?
  2. Mafix

    Mafix Owner Staff Member Administrator Donated!

    should be none
  3. eternalegacy

    eternalegacy Active Member

  4. eternalegacy

    eternalegacy Active Member

    in class right now
    having a hard time placing this dust cover part onto the new right cv shaft

    ....i did leak out trans fluid
    smells a bit cooked too

    any idea how much is needed to fill my trans again?

    nvm found it
    its 2.6 liters (2.7 US qts, 2.3 Imp. qts) Fluid: DEXRON II (III)

    NOTE to self:
    Engine Oil Refill
    Note: With oil filter change. 4.1 qt (US)

    API Grade: SF or SF/CC or better and recommended viscosity SAE.
    Use the chart below to determine SAE viscosity by temperature range anticipated before next oil change:

    Temperature Range Viscosity
    10°F and Above 15W-40, 20W-40 or 20W-50
    -10°F and Above 10W-30, 10W-40 or 10W-50
    50°F and Below 5W-30
  5. eternalegacy

    eternalegacy Active Member

    aw my baby is on the hoist
    look http://www3.telus.net/ProjectOO/yota/DSC00498.jpg

    but anyways
    1: that stupid bracket is a punk, esp this one bolt... i ended up rounding it
    2: how the eff do you remove that dust shield? thinkin bout just leaving it alone and just placing in the new cv shaft without that
    3: just another picture for you to see


    out of curiosity, are there aftermarket pulley wheels for our 3sge?
    i remember coming across ones for a honda engine...
    suppose to help increase a little bit of power
  6. ST165-2765

    ST165-2765 Well-Known Member Donated!

    Well it looks to me like the top (new) halfshaft in pics 2&3 is a non ABS half shaft

    and the bottom half shaft has the ring for the ABS system.

    Is the top shaft a replacement for the bottom one?
  7. ST165-2765

    ST165-2765 Well-Known Member Donated!


    Does your celica have ABS. Your new halfshaft should be fully assembled. You really shouldn't have to take parts of the old shaft. Does the part you have circled in pic 2 look like either of the shafts I have posted?
  8. eternalegacy

    eternalegacy Active Member

    in your pic, the one on the left is what i have, but i do not have the
    gear teeth

    yep the top shaft is the new one, replacing the old one
    (cv boot ripped)

    both doesnt have the gear teeth for the ABS sensor to read

    car has no abs
    ...wish it did but then again last time i had ABS kick
    in was when i was drivin my 06 civic n not paying attention to my speed approach

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