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How do you check trans fluid on 2004 crossfire

I want to check fluid level

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If an auto tranny there should be a dip stick.
If a manual tranny, there's a fill bolt near the top of the tranny, you have to :feel inside to check oil level.
I usually fill it till it starts to spill out oil, then recap and tighten the bolt.

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