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There is a bolt on/near the exhaust manifold, then you should be able to wiggle&pull out.

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First, park vehicle on level ground, and leave engine running. Pop hood, look at the right rear of the engine compartment very near the engine, and you will see two dipsticks. The yellow one is engine oil; the red one is the transmission fluid.
With engine running and in park, and standing on the right side of the truck, not in front (to avoid moving parts), flip up the handle of the red dipstick (this is the dipstick lock), and withdraw the dipstick straight out of the fill tube. Wipe the dipstick off with a clean cloth, and carefully so as not to bend it (even if it is the cable type dipstick), re-insert it into the fill tube all the way to the bottom. Withdraw the dipstick again, slowly this time, and support the last six inches or so of it with your other hand as it comes free of the tube, and observe the fluid leverl on the dipstick. If the fluid level shows in the normal range, put the dipstick back in, and flip the lock back down; you're done. If it shows low, put a paper transmission fluid funnel (the kind with the strainer built in at the bottom) into the opening of the dipstick tube and slowly, adding no more than one pint at a time, pour fresh transmission fluid from a new container into the transmission. Recheck the fluid level after each pint of fluid. Repeat this operation until the proper fill level is reached.
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