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Look in your owner's manual under the transmission section. If there isn't one, you may have to put the transmission on a hoist and check for a small plug on the side of the transmission. Sometimes they have plugs so that when you fill the trans, you fill it just till it starts to run out of the plug. If it doesn't run out, you may have to try and put your pinky in the hole and see if the fluid is level with the hole. Otherwise, add oil slowly till it just starts to come out of that hole.

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