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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
two issues here. this may be a low fluid issue. i would check the level of the fluid first. the next issue could be a blown shift solenoid. these are located inside of the transmission pan.also, check the filter as well.(transmission filter could be clogged)
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Looks like they came with a fill tube that should be capped off but no dipstick the tube should be by the firewall with just a cap on it
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
I had the same problem after my car went into a transmission shop for some service. This might be the solution, it was with my car. Check the transmission shift cable. When mine finally failed, it was filled with rust.
You may be able to simply lubricate it somehow with something like WD40, but I'm not sure if it would work. If all else fails, you can have the shift cable replaced, which is what I had to do with my car after driving it for 2 years with that problem. By then I had worn out and warped the shifter and had to replace that too, as well as drive it around for a week without being able to get the transmission into park.
Good luck! If you have to take it to a shop, just tell them that your shift cable is going bad and you want them to make sure.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
You'll notice what appears to be a dipstick tube at the front of the vehicle on the drivers side, and it should have a warning label to use CVT oil. But when you remove the top, there's no stick. The dipstick itself is a "special tool" (Miller No. 9336). The stick is marked for fluid levels for different temperatures, although there is an acceptable range.
Read the instructions carefuly that come with the tool
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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Automatic transmission, 42LE Initial Fill..........4.6 quarts 
automatic transmission, Total Fill
4 speed 42LE..........9.3 quarts
Differential, Front..........1.5 pints 
1. With ENG at operating temperature, shift through all gears. Check fluid level in PARK and add fluid as needed.
2. 42LE transaxles built after 7-26-99 fill to 3/8" (9mm) below fill hole.
Hope This Helps.
********Make sure that you use the recommended type flluid ATF+4, as there are several types available. Using the wrong type of fluid will damage your transmission********
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