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Unlike the oil, where you pour it in a bigger hole. The transmission fluid goes in the dip stick hole. (hard to believe but true) get a small funnel and stick it where the dipstick goes. picture shows how to find the dipstick hole from by looking at the side of your engine toward the back you will find it. add transmission fluid - 9k=

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