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1997 Dodge Cummings Deisel 1 ton.

I need to know how much and what type of tranny fulid I need and where to put it in at? It is an automatic tranny.

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It should take a dextron 3 tranny fluid. But refer to the owners manual to make sure. Also, your tranny dipstick is, is where you will add fluid. Look at the bottom of the dipstick. Sometimes the fluid type is labeled there also..

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