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2002 Trooper has trans leak low on floiud do I fill at rear

Do I fill at rear of trans. like you would a manual trans.

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NO NO NO...IF ITS AUTOMATIC IT WILL HAVE A DIP STICK LIKE AN OIL DIP STICK. LOOK FOR IT THEN PULL IT OUT AND ADD. MAKE SURE THAT ITS LOW BY READING THE STICK EITHER IT WILL SAY COLD OR HOT. IF ITS BELOW COLD OR THE LINE THEN YOU WOULD NEED TO ADD. BUT REMEMBER IN ORDER TO HAVE ACCURACY ON READING THE DIP STICK U MUST HAVE THE CAR RUNNING IN PARK.

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