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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You check the transmission fluid by removing the fill plug on the passenger side of the transmission. Remove the fill plug and if you get fluid leaking, your full, if not then place your finger in it and feel for the level or just add ATF. There is also a drain plug at the bottom and you can change the transmission oil by draining the oil out and replacing it with syntactic or by adding additives to the ATF so you can more life out of the transmission fluid. Your transmission will take 2.8 liters of ATF to refill if drained. Good luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
Normally there will be a plug, about 5/8" square on side of transmission about halfway up or higher that comes out and you simply use your finger in the hole. slide finger in to first joint, and bend it down. If it is touching fluid, your good, if not add until it does. Check manual if you still have it, or ask at parts store,but most likely 80/90 gear oil.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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