How do you check the transmission fluid on a Volvo c30?

Remove the dipstick, being careful not to spill or drip any fluid. Wipe off the dipstick with a clean rag, just as you would do when checking the engine oil. Reinsert the dipstick, then remove the dipstick again to check the fluid level. If you need to top it off, be sure to use the recommended transmission fluid.

Does Volvo recommend transmission fluid change?

About Transmission Fluid Change Still, most owner’s manuals will recommend changing the transmission fluid every 90,000 miles or so.

Can I change automatic transmission fluid myself?

You should change your automatic transmission fluid according to the manufacturer’s recommendation— whether that’s 30,000 or 100,000 miles. Read on to learn how to change transmission fluid. A transmission flush-and-fill from a shop will cost you $149 to $199. But you can do it yourself and save about $100.

How do you check the oil on a Volvo c30 d3?

Rotate the thumbwheel on the left-hand stalk switch to position Oil level. You will then see information displayed about the engine oil level. For more information on menu navigation, see Menu navigation – combined instrument panel.

How do you replace transmission fluid in a Volvo C30?

Shown here is aPicture of Volvo tool 9997301 to remove the transmission fill plug. Now locate the drain plug (green arrow) at the bottom of the transmission case. Use a 24mm socket to loosen and remove the drain plug. Make sure you have a large capacity drain pan underneath to catch the old fluid.

Where is the fluid filler plug on a Volvo C30?

The C30’s manual transmission has two plugs for filling and emptying the transmission fluid, located on the side of the transmission case. If you are simply checking the level of oil in your transmission, start by removing the top filler plug on the side of the transmission.

When to drain transmission fluid on a Volvo?

If you’ve got an older Volvo S40/V50 with less-than-stellar transmission oil or you don’t the service history of your vehicle, it’s probably better to play it safe and simply drain your transmission fluid instead of a full flush.

How often do you change transmission fluid on a Volvo S40?

Turning to the good people of the MVS forum, he asked how often to change his S40’s transmission fluid. Although this is written about an MVS member and his second-generation S40, it applies to a group of Volvos that share their “bones” with each other.