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Transmission Fluid I can not find the gauge or the dipstick so I can check my transmission fluid level in my 1993 Eagle Talon. Can you please tell me where to look for it. I have looked close to the firewall, and all throughout the engine, I have even looked under the car, and I can not find where to check the fluid level anywhere.

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  • msgwebb Jan 04, 2009

    Automatic!

  • msgwebb Jan 04, 2009

    My 1993 Eagle Talon is an Automatic!

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    michael sinclair May 11, 2010

    standard or automatic?? mike

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On my '90 4 cyl. auto talon it's right up by the front of the car on the passenger's side. Look down underneath where your air filter is and you'll see the white dipstick handle right close to the gound.

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Some manufactures have chosen not to put dipsticks on their vehicles, being if it is not leaking the level will not go down. thus if you don't see a leak there is no reason to check the fluid level. mike

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    I have heard this a lot lately, It seems that a Few Manufacturers have chosen to Not install a Dipstick for the Tranny. They want you to come in to the Dealership for Service. I know it Sucks!

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