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96 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 5 speed with 5.2 motor where do I add tranny fluid there's no dipstick

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I'm not sure about your specific model, but some engines have the same oil for engine and transmission lubricant

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you can try this website for an owners manual www.edmonds.com to see if they have one for your car the other place will be a Honda dealer in the service department

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SOURCE: where the plug for tranny on 96' jetta is located?

On the manual transmission you go through the vehicle speed sensor (VSS). Its suppose to go 1/2 way up the teeth marks. Does it not say in the Chiltons manual? I can check when I get home.

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in 2003 there shouldn't be a tranny dipstick? there is a fill plug on the front behind the metal shield(bolted to transmission).it should take just under 3L. OF VW TRANNY FLUID

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SOURCE: 96 Toyota Corolla

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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