You are not going to find a dip stick in your trooper you shuold go down to the tranmission pan and look for drain bolt there is the place were you are going to check the tranmission oil first you have to turn on your engine an then shift neutral and take off the drain bolt dont worry the oil is not goin to drip out and you must have an special gage that you have to put there and base on the transmision temperature it will tell you if it need oil or not i hope i you undertend me my english is not to good
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what kind of dip stick??? Transmission. No dip stick as tranny is a sealed system. U cannot add any fluid or check levels. U need a special machine to pump it in. Well....actually I jimmy rigged a hand pump to refill mine after I acidentally drained it thinking I had found the oil pan! Believe it or not I am not the only one who has pulled off that ******** move.
The transmission doesn't have a dip stick you will have to take some where and have them check it, unless you feel comfortable doing it your self. The power steering on the other hand. If you pop the hood look around you should see a black cap that says powersteering fluid, when you take the cap off it should have a dip stick attached to the lid if not there will be a fluid level mark on the side of the tank, which you took the lid off of.
YOU NEED LOCATE DIP STICK ON BACK END OF ENGINE NEAR AIR INTAKE DUCT.YOUR CAR HAS TO BE OPERATING TEMPERATURE LIKE DRIVE IT FEW MILES.WHEN CHECK YOUR DIP STICK YOUR TRANSMISSION FLUID LEVEL SHOULD BE AT FULL MARK.IF NOT ADD A LITTLE AT A TIME DONT OVERFILL.WILL CAUSE TRANSMISSION DAMAGE.
Isuzu decided it would try to save money and not put a dipstick on their troopers. The only way to check it is with the vehicle running there is a check plug mounted on the transmission pan. look for two plugs, one is on the bottom and will be easy to see. The other will be in a raised area of the transmission pan, this is the check plug. It should be a 17mm or 19mm. loosen the plug and if fluid comes out it's full. If not, that the tricky part. you will have to add fluid through this plug
The 4L30E transmission is a "sealed" unit and as such does not have a
dipstick. The only way to check your fluid level is to use the "higher"
of the two drain holes on the bottom of the pan. You *must* do this
while the engine is hot and running, otherwise all the fluid will have
drained to the pan and will come out of the top hole all over you.When
hot, the fluid should come up to the top hole. Stick a finger in, if
you can't feel fluid, use a syphon or hand pump to shoot some up into
it. I would strongly suggest dropping the pan and
replacing the filter if you have over 100k miles. DO NOT have
this trans flushed at a shop as the small galleries are prone to
jamming with the gunk the flush will free up, and will cause the trans
I have a 1995 rodeo with an automatic. the fluid level is measured on the dipstick, which is next to the oil dip stick on the v-6 anyway. you add fluid by removing a plug unedr the vehicle mounted up near the center of the transmission.