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How to add auto transmission oil in 2005 mits montero

I had mistakenly drained transmission oil from my mitsubishi montero. now i can't find the hole where to add the transmission fluid back. off course the new one.
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The Fill point is the Tranny Dipstick Tube, If you do not have a Dipstick Tube to Check the Tranny Fluid, You will need to get the Tranny Serviced from the Dealership or a Transmission Shop. On most of the Newer Imports they are ALL going with a Non Servicable Transmission that has to go in for Service. I know, It is REALLY Stupid! Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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