Question about 1993 Audi 100
If you can't find a dipstick then you probably have to put the fluid back directly into the tranny pan. There should be a second plug that sits higher up that you take out and then get some sort of pump or tube so you can fill it back up. I just did this with my Trooper tonight. Takes a while to get the fluid back in but once it starts dripping back out the fill hole a little you are good to plug it back up. Thank you for an honest ranking and for using FixYa!
Posted on May 19, 2009
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