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If you can't see separate oil dipstick (usually has an yellow plastic handle), then your oil level dipstick is connected to oil filler cap. When you unscrew the oil cap you'll be able to see the dipstick and level meter.
There is a 8mm or 10mm plug on the back of the transmission (underneath the car) When you pull that plug if fluid comes out then it it full. If not you add fluid until it just barely comes out that hole and then the transmission is full.
Now you add fluid from the top of the transmission. You have to look way down in the engine bay on top of the transmission for a red or black cap. It may say "do not open" or "open by a technician only." Take and pull that cap off and this is the fill spout for the transmission. It's a fill only, not a check. Add from this spout until it comes out that little plug on the back of the transmission.
You will hear people call this a "sealed" transmission of "non-serviceable." Now you can tell them rubbish lol.
To check the condition you can look to see if it is getting black or smells burnt. After 50,000 miles the fluid needs flushed and after 100,000 miles you need to change the filter and gasket for the transmission.
pop the hood and on top close to middle of the engine, theres a black plastic cap with either an oil dripper icon on it or oil written on it. pour the oil into there. easier with funnel. keep checking the oil dip stick to make sure you don't over fill it. take out the dipstick, wipe oil off with towel, fully reinsert dip stick, then immediatley take back out to see the level. the oil mark should be between fill and full marks. If you have enough oil in the motor, and the oil light is flickering on and off you might need an oil pressure sensor (take to local shop)
If your car with 5 speed automatic transmission there are special dipstick for it, it only have with dealers workshop, drive there and ask them need to check trans oil, if u found right dipstick you can check it your self, trans mission dipstick tube locate at back side the engine at right of middle, dipstick tube have covered by black cap with read lock, first you have to brake read lock and push remain read plastic lock inside the cap by small flat screw driver, and open cap, then keep engine running and check oil level if your car trans oil cold it should be the cold level on dipstick for check trans oil you must have better knowledge for that it mean oil level be deference and deference temperature better ask mechanic to check it, if your car have the 7speed trans mission you can't check oil level because it's need to plug diagnostics computer in to the your car and get trans oil in to 45 degree temperature, The oil temperature can check only diagnose CPU and also after rich the 45 degree temp need to open drain plug screw and check level for do this must need to get experience technicians service, is this information helped you?
It is located on the top of you engine compartment, under the hood, to
the right (Driver Side) of the engine and left of your battery. You need
to take off the plastic engine cover (two bolts and four screw nuts) to
expose it. It is cylinder in shape with a black plastic cap, which
screws off to show the oil filter. The filter is different than your
normal one, it doesn't have a outside metal cover to it. It looks like a
air filter but round. Also in the box with your new oil filter comes
two "O" rings, one small and one big. The big one replaces the "O" ring
at the top of the screw part of your black cap and the small one goes on
the bottom of the same cap.
yes first remove the air cleaner housing witch is black plastic big housing with two air duct connect to front cross member pulling upwards have a look back right hand side the engine bay behind the engine you can see black small tube, it have covered by black cap with read lock you have to pull and brake read lock to open the cap some model have oil dipstick tube also near that be careful open the right one transmission dipstick tube shorter than oil dipstick tube you have to open shot one if you have good look you can see it's going to transmission or engine for adjust transmission oil you have to check transmission oil temp and you need right dipstick for that the dipstick only have with authorized Mercedes service center maybe could find from other workshops too not sure for check oil temp you need a diagnose cpu.
It is located on the top of you engine compartment, under the hood, to
the right (Driver Side) of the engine and left of your battery. You
need to take off the plastic engine cover (two bolts and four screw
nuts) to expose it. It is cylinder in shape with a black plastic cap,
which screws off to show the oil filter. The filter is different than
your normal one, it doesn't have a outside metal cover to it. When you purchase your replacement filter, it will come with two "O" rings, one small and one big. The big one replaces the
"O" ring at the top of the screw part of your black cap and the small
one goes on the bottom of the same cap.
Oil filter location for a 2007 Pontiac G6. First open and lift the front hood of car. Its some what right from center on the engine about 9 inches from the radiator. All you will see is a black cap with black plastic nut in the center. You will have to buy a special tool to attach to your socket wrench to remove the cap. Turn it counter clockwise to remove it. Inside is a filter attached to a plastic part and rubber o - ring. The filter is NOT enclosed in a metal casing. Remember how it is positioned as you take it out. Pull off the old filter. Remove the old o - ring. Place new o - ring in place. Place new filter on plastic part and place it back inside the engine. Make sure it is placed in the same way it came out. Screw on plastic cap by hand most of the way. The tighten with special tool and socket wrench clockwise, but not too tight. This is now complete. Now you can drain out the old oil from the oil pan underneath the car. Remove hex screw with long wrench for more leverage. One to 2 hours later place hex screw back in by hand and tighten with wrench. Now add about 4 1/2 quarts of 5W30 oil only. Check oil level on dip stick. Add more oil if necessary. Job complete!!!