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96 Toyota Corolla

I'm embarrassed to Ask this... Where do you add/check the transmission fluid on a 96 Toyota Corolla 5 speed transmission? I cannot find a transmission fluid dipstick

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The fill pluig is on the side of the transmission case, to access this you must jack the car up and crawl under it to see the plug

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