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1991 Daihatsu Atrai Fluid Change

Discussion in 'Microvans' started by TurboPutPut, Aug 24, 2019.

  1. TurboPutPut

    TurboPutPut New Member

    Hello, I am wondering what type of fluids a 1991 Daihatsu Atrai takes for Transmission, Motor Oil, etc. Any help would be much appreciated!
  2. Jigs-n-fixtures

    Jigs-n-fixtures Well-Known Member

    Engine oil SE 5W-30, 3.1 liters with the 660-cc engine.

    Differentials SAE90W, front .6 liter, rear 1.3 liter.

    Transfer Case SAE75-85W, 2.3 liter, for manaul transmission, 1.6 liters for automatic. I use the same in the manual transmission. But, have never found a volume for the transmission.
  3. TurboPutPut

    TurboPutPut New Member

    Thank you
  4. TurboPutPut

    TurboPutPut New Member

    Hey Jigs-n-fixtures, you wouldn't happen to know which spark plugs I should use for my Atrai would you? If I'm to go off of Wikipedia, it should take the same as a Hijet S82P/S83P? My Atrai is the Turbo EFI EF-Series Engine. I'm wondering if the spark plugs from grparts.net are the ones I need. Heres the link for what I'm talking about: https://www.grparts.net/product-p/spark plugs-colon-s83-fslash-110-fslash-81p.htm
  5. beachbug21

    beachbug21 New Member

    Hello I have a 1996 S130V Daihatsu Atrai 4wd with the automatic transmission. I’m having trouble finding a straight answer but based on the original owners manual it looks like it’s 1.6L of ATF DII for the transfer case. I changed it and it was definitely gear oil that came out. I bought some full synthetic and have used it a couple times with no issues, but it also hasn’t gotten hot. Can someone let me know if it’s ATF or some type of gear oil? Am I/the owners manual wrong or is the person in Japan who changed it do it wrong? Thank you for the help!

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