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Jan 13, 9:03pm - #82170 
Transmission Oil ?

Which is the correct transmission oil??

75w90 75w95 or MT90??
Kind of confused



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Jan 13, 9:08pm - #82171 
75w90 GL4 or GL5 gear oil, or Redline 75w95NS oil (NOT REDLINE 75w90)!!
Just make sure that it's good for syncros.

Also, I have looked everywhere for Redline and havn't found it. Let me know if and where you do.


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Jan 14, 6:50am - #82172 
u can use redline 75w90, i use it, just make sure its fully synthetic thumbsup.

many places sell red line... check online stores or call keystone distributors or go to redlines web site.


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Jan 14, 8:31am - #82173 
GET MT90! Get it because it is for transmissions with synchros. thumbsup

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Jan 14, 9:57am - #82174 
From...
https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/showflat.php?Number=1869771173#Post1869771671

Manual Transaxle:

1ZZ-FE engine: 1.9L
2ZZ-GE engine: 2.3L

Oil Type: Gear oil API GL-4 or GL-5
Recommended oil viscosity: SAE 75W-90


Automatic Transaxle:

1ZZ-FE engine: Up to 2.9L
2ZZ-GE engine: Up to 4.0L

Automatic Transmission fluid 'Type T-IV'
Change Automatic Transmission fluid only as necessary

When changing the Automatic Transmission fluid, use only Toyota Genuine AFT Type T-IV (ATF JWS3309 or NWS6500) to aid in assuring optimum transaxle performance.

[b]Notice: Using Automatic Transmission fluid other than Toyota Genuine AFT Type T-IV may cause deterioration in shift quality, locking up of your transmission accompanied by vibration, and ultimately damage the automatic transmission of your Celica.


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Jan 14, 10:12am - #82175 
How often do you need to change your transmission oil? Is it something a shop needs to do, or can it be a DIY maintenance?

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Jan 14, 11:59am - #82176 
Redline MT90 thumbsup

the 'normal' change interval i think is every 30,000...

you can do it yourself... much like an oil change, its under the left engine plastics... just get a funnel and about 2 ft of hose...


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