Question about 2000 Chevrolet Malibu
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have what is called a closed cased transmission. You have to crawl underneathe to get to the tranny and remove the upper bolt close to the side of the case (more towards the bottom of the transmission). When you fill it, you fill it till it starts to drip out of that hole.
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Posted on Jun 06, 2009
Before you drain the fluid, make sure you have a suitable funnel(one of those long flexible tube types worked great for me) to get in past what is in the way. Be careful with the fill plug because you need to have your car level, jacking up the front end won't do it because then you have tilted the transmission and the fluid level is off. I used a lift to check after filling it and it took about another 1/8 quart, so if you fill 7 1/4 quarts you would have a healthy slight overfill and I wouldn't worry about checking it if you don't have a lift. The 13 quarts total is talking about the torque convertor being dry which as long as you don't start the car with no fluid in the there won't be a problem and 7 1/4 quarts would do it.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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