Last year, my rear wheels locked up because my rear output bearing wasn’t getting enough fluid.
I bought another transmission from a junk yard.
Both transmissions are identical. They are both from an 89 4x4 manual justy.
The dipstick in the transmission I just bought is about an inch shorter than my old one, so it takes almost an extra quart to hit the full mark.
How can I determine the proper fluid level?
There is a breather tube at the top of the transmission, so if it’s over filled will it just spit out the extra fluid?