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How do you check the transmission oil level in the 2007 toyota tocoma.??

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I assume that you have a 6 cyl.There are two plugs on the trans pan.the big one is the drain and the small one is the check plug.There is a fill on the side.The trans uses ws fluid which is what you need to use.What i do is remove the check plug and add fluid until it comes out.Then start the engine and let it warm up, the recomended temp is 97 to 115 degrees f or 36 to 46 degrees c.As it warms up the fluid will come out,once it reaches the temp range put the plug back in.I use a computer to monitor the temp but a temp gun on the pan will do.

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