Question about 2005 Toyota LandCruiser Prado
Checking transmission fluid level
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is no dipstick it's a sealed unit dealer only.sorry a lot of vehicle manufacturers have went to this sealed style some ford suv's,tacomas,dodge chargers challengers and magnums.just a few off tof of my head.it's one of those BETTER DESIGNS THEY ARE ALWAYS COMING UP WITH TO MAKE YOU BURN UP A 5000 DOLLAR UNIT IN HOPES OF SELLING ANOTHER TRUCK TO REPLACE THE ONE THATS TORN UP.....SORRY oh ya the transfer case has a regular old check plug 28 mm i think don't quote me could be a 30 or 32 also they changed up on those.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
Automatic transmission is a very complicated device and its repair is costly. Most automatic transmissions must be checked with the engine running and warmed up. Also, make sure the car is on a level surface and fully warmed up.
If you not sure how to check the automatic transmission fluid, here is a step-by-step explanation:
Begin by letting the engine idle with the parking brake engaged and your foot on the brake.
Move the gear selector through each gear. This ensures that the fluid is circulating through the pumps, thereby providing you with an accurate reading.
Once you have done this, put the vehicle in park, but leave the brake engaged and the engine running.
The transmission dipstick is located near the rear of the engine. Pull the transmission dipstick out, wipe it clean with a rag, and note the markings on the end of the stick. The usual markings are “FULL” and “ADD 1 PINT”. Inset the dipstick fully and remove it again to take a reading.
If the engine is cool, it should be at the upper end of the “COLD” mark.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
i think it is a wiring problem mine does the same i keep pressing the bottom on and off then after a while it came on and stayed on then a few months later i pluged a satnav in the power point then it messed up the air conditioning again i have had a lot of wiring problems with mine
Posted on Oct 28, 2010
These cars dont have a dip stick on manual transmissions. there are two bolts on the transmission one on top and the other on the side. The top is to fill and the bottom is to drain. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
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