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Transmission fluid How do you check the tranny fluid???

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It is on the drivers side, down low on transaxle,have
to reach it from the bottom, on your back

Remove the 12mm bolt holding a yellow dip stick,
sort of near one of the mounts

Apparently those transmissions don't last long,so if
you haven't been changing the fluid every 2 years, your
pretty much done,it will be slipping soon

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