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You will open the hood and pull the transmission dipstick out
of the top of the transmission. Wipe the fluid off the dipstick with a
rag and then reinsert the dipstick into the transmission. Then, pull
the dipstick back out and check the fluid level.
Keep in mind that the dipstick has
markings to show you where the low and full points are on the stick.
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Remove the transmission dipstick and add fluid in the tube. Use a funnel and add small amounts at a time with the engine at operating temperature. Re-insert the dipstick after adding each small amount to check the level. DO NOT OVERFILL.
You must locate the transmission dip stick. Look towards the rear near the firewall. It looks like the oil dipstick but larger. You fill up or add transmission fluid through the transmission dipstick hole.
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there should be a dipstick under the hood similar to the engine one,usually the fluid level is checked when the transmission is at normal running temp. with the shifter in N or P but make sure the hand brake is on.....hope this helps.....cheers
Get a funnel and add it to where you pulled the dipstick out of to check it.If you dont know where the dipstick is check by where you add the brake fluid it should be right off to the left but down toward the engine more
Transmission fluid is located inside the transmission fluid pan. It is checked and added through the fill tube. The dipstick is located under the hood. You have two dipsticks, one for engine oil and one for transmission fluid. On some models, the dipstick for the transmission fluid may be located under the engine cover in the cab of the van between the driver's and front passenger's seats. If you simply cannot find two dipsticks under the hood, it's under the engine cowl.
Tranny fluid- there should be a dipstick with a handle on it under the hood somewhere. They usually say transmission on the handle. Check the fluid while the motor is running, there will be marks on the dipstick to tell you the correct level. Brake fluid- simply pull the cap off of the resivor and make sure the fluid is to the top.
If you have a dipstick under your hood for the tranny fluid, then fill it in there slowly... if not, you'll need to fill it through the filler plug that will be on the side of the transmission just above the halfway point