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2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS

How do I check the transmission fluid in my 2000 Mitsubishi Eclipse? It is a manual tranmission. How do I add fluid if it is low? the car makes a loud squeling noise in any gear or when idling the noise quits from time to time
I think I have ruled out the belts how can I be sure it isn't a belt? I think it is because the tranny is low on fluid is that possible

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U check the fluid by taking off the fill bolt and putting your finger in if u can touch fluid ur good if not u should add some. u can buy a tube from a parts store. it screws onto the top of the bottle and u let it go in.

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