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How doi check fluid level in auto tranny on 2001 daewoo lanos

Tranny has a removale plug but what should the fluid level be ?

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  • kid911 Jan 20, 2009

    no it's automatic

  • kid911 Jan 20, 2009

    Apparently dealt_soul knows nothing about a daewoo lanos.There is no dipstick on the tranny. There is a threaded plug on the front of the tranny approx. 2/3 of the way up from bottom. The owners manual says take to dealer to check level. Ya right. The only dealer within 500 mi. went out of business. I have been told that the 2001 is different than other models.





































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  • James Bradburn
    James Bradburn May 11, 2010

    This is a manual right???

  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    this is a sealed unit AND IF THERE IS NO LEAKS THEN YOU DONT HAVE TO CHECK THIS!!!!!!!!!! YOU WERE HARD ON THE GUY WHO ANSWERD YOUR QUESTION JUST GO AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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You do not check your fluid by removing the plug. That is the drain plug thats on the bottom. You pull the dip stick out that under the hood usually around toward the back or the motor. There will be marks on it that has cold mark and hot mark. Let the car warm up engage the emergeny brake, put in drive, check level on dip stick. should be at the top mark that says hot.

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    James Bradburn Jan 20, 2009

    Hmm this is strange. I did some research and it seems that the transmission is sealed. (i feel really dumb now lol) There is no dipstick on that car. Do you have the manual to the car??

  • James Bradburn
    James Bradburn Jan 20, 2009

    Is the plug located on the bottom back side of the engine??

  • James Bradburn
    James Bradburn Jan 20, 2009

    Thats about the answer is the dealer, being that the tranny is sealed and there is very few people even will work on them because of this. I would say see how close the fluid level is to the opening of the hole. But if you had no leaks then the fluid level should be fine. Thats all the advice i can give on that one.

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