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I cant find my Level of tranny fluid on my car

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Located red or black cap drivers side on top of trans that is your fill point your full level mark is a plug that you pull out on side of trans very small bolt remove and fill until flows out. trans do not need to be changed untill over 130,000kms they are a sealed trans.

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