Question about 2000 Saturn SL
I cannot find the port for adding transmission fluid on my Saturn SL1. Where is it?
It is down on the drivers side of the car about 18 inched from the front it has a tight fit so you will need to have a funnel with a hose, to fix the leak you will most likely have to replace your transmission pan (it cost me $240 at the dealership) the saturn ls1 sits very low to the ground and if you dent the pan it will leak i have replaced mine twice in four years
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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