Question about 2004 Cadillac CTS
If it's a automatic transmission the fluid is poured down the same tube that the dipstick is in. You'll probably need a small funnel. Check the level before you add any. Most vehicles have to be in neutral or park and idling to get the proper level reading. Also important to state how old your car is as well as the mileage and make and at what speed you think it's slipping. If very high mileage the transmission filter may be clogged up . If your dipstick is showing low , do not add more than a quart and then check again. Good luck because if that fails it probably means the transmission needs replacing or rebuilding.
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