I believe your trooper is like my isuzu rodeo which have a sealed transmission which could be checked by yourself by srewing off the bolt on the top of the tranny, or take it to a transmission place and they will charge you about $140 to replace the fluids on it
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Two litres? Unless you are outside the USA, transmission fluid generally comes in quart containers. If you only added 2 quarts, yes, it's very possible the fluid level is low. However, you don't want to add too much. There should be a dip stick for checking fluid level. Run the vehicle until the engine is good a warm, about 15-20 minutes, and then check the fluid level. Add as needed. But remember, don't add too much. Add a little at a time, as you get close to full.
If you have your owners manual, there is a section containing the capacities for all fluids. You may also simply check your fluid level, with a running motor and warm transmission. If the stick indicates add, start with a 1/4 quart and work your way up. Unless there is a problem with the trans, there is no real reason to ever add fluid unless your are flushing the transmission.
Add your fluid through the tube that your transmission dip sick come out of. Take out your transmission dipstick(make sure it is not the oil dipstick) put a funnel in the tube and add the trans fluid. Check the fluid when the trans is warm because trans fluid expands with heat and you want to make sure you don't overfill. Add small amounts at a time.
In an automatic transmission, the dipstick should be located around back of the engine. You let the engine run to normal operating temp. and you check the fluid level, add as needed. You add through the dipstick tube with a funnel. Hope this helps.
If you are looking to check the fluid levels and add transmission fluid you will need to first purchase a fluid pump at your local car repair store. Most run between $10 and 25$. For best results, run your car for a few minutes to bring the fluids to operating temperatures before attempting to add fluid. Be careful of hot surfaces and liquids. It is difficult to check the level of fluid in the 2001 Honda passport because it lacks a dipstick. Instead, you will have to get underneath the car and check it at the Automatic Transmission fluid pan. This is located approximately below the center of the rear passengers seat on the underside of the car. To check the fluid, remove the top most bolt on the automatic transmission fluid pan (most use a 3/4 inch socket). Use your finger or other object to see if the fluid level is at the same level as the drain plug. This can be difficult to do therefore it may be easier to add fluid until it is full to verify that you are at the correct levels. To add fluid, remove the top most bolt on the automatic transmission fluid pan (most use a 3/4 inch socket). Using the fluid pump, slowly add transmission fluid until it starts to drip out. Replace the bolt. Take care not to over tighten the bolt. If you want to be thorough, start your car and while your foot is on the brake, run your transmission through the gears slowly. Turn off your car. Remove the fill bolt and check the fluid level again. If it is not full see the previous steps. If your levels are OK, replace the bolt and you are good to go.
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
Remove Transmission Fluid Level Check Locate and remove the transmission fluid level checker, in most cars and
trucks this is where the fluid is checked and added.
Insert fluid funnel and add transmission fluid until the proper amount of fluid
level is reached. Let engine warm and recheck fluid level, add fluid as needed.
Do not over fill the transmission, it could foam the fluid and cause low fluid
pressure causing premature transmission failure. recheck transmission for leaks
and recheck fluid level in a couple of days.
DIAGNOSIS AND TEST FLUID LEVEL AND CONDITION 1.Park the vehicle on a level
surface.2.Before removing the dipstick, wipe all dirt from the area
around the dipstick.3.With the selector lever in "P" (Park) and the parking
brake applied, start the engine.4.The engine should be running at idle speed and the fluid
should be at normal operating temperature [80-90°C
(176-194°F)].5.Move the selector lever to every position to fill the
torque converter and hydraulic circuit with fluid, then place the lever in the
"N" (Neutral) position. This operation checks that fluid level check is
accurate.6.Check if the fluid level is in the "HOT" range shown on
the dipstick. If the fluid is low, add automatic transaxle fluid until the level
reaches the "HOT" range.