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WELL HERE IT IS,THE DIPSTICK AND TUBE IS BURIED UNDER THE COWEL. IF FACING THE ENGINE LOOK TO THE LEFT OF THE VALVECOVER GO WAY BACK UNDER COWL AND LOOK THERE,CLOSER TO MANIFOLD OR HEATER CORE HOSE AREA,WAY DOWN AND BACK. NEED A LIGHT FOR SURE.

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I have a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe and I accidently put motor oil in the A/T oil spot. What should I do?


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Your car has hydraulic valves, which means they are not adjustable.
If they are clattering, you may need to change the oil (If it is dirty) and run some cleaner through the motor.
What I mean is, add the cleaner to the fresh oil and filter you put in the motor.
50 years ago, we used to add a quart of automatic transmission fluid to the oil to clean the motor.
Automatic transmission fluid is basically colored detergent.
We would then drain the oil and transmission fluid when it got dirty, like maybe 500 or 1000 miles.
You do not want to put too much oil in the motor, so you would substitute the tranny fluid for the last quart of oil.
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Im a single mom and dont have a owners manual for my voyager, that was given to me. i want to make sure im putting the right fluids in. can you help? it doesnt tell me on the dipsticks like some...


Engine oil for cold climates 5w-30. Warmer climates 10w-30. Any Auto-zone parts store person at the counter would be more than helpful choosing the correct fluids for your vehicle.

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Were do i put transmission fluid in the tranny 1997 cadi catera


Your Catera has a sealed for life transmission so therefore on one of these models there is no dipstick and you cannot check the fluid level yourself. The dealer can check the level but that is only necessary if you have a leak. Use a premium grade oil and a quality filter such as AC/Delco, Wix, Purolator, or Bosch. The correct weight oil is listed in your owner's manual and possibly on the oil fill cap or dipstick.

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Note: make sure you don't over fill transmission and the Montana's transmission are know for failures due to high fluid retention caused by high viscosity transmission fluid from additives or dirty transmission oil and filter.
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THE CAR STARTS, THE SHIFT LEAVER MOVES TO ALL THE POSITIONS BUT THE REANSMISSION NEVER ENGAGES AND THE CAR WONT MOVE.


how easily dies the shifter move? if it feels as if there is no pressure, then possibly the cable is broken. have you had the fluid level checked? maybe there is a leak you are unaware of.

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HI, this transmission is a sealed type. you will need to purchase a special tool from the dealership to fill this unit properly.

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PUT ABOUT HALF OLD OIL I HAD STORED IN TRANNY CONTAINER IN TRANNY


Improper fluids in a automatic transmission can cause severe results.
Drain the transmission fluid and change the filter.
If the car was running at the time you put engine oil in the transmission, I would also flush or drain the torque converter.
Replace with the proper amount and type of fluid.

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Cant find where to put transmission fluid under the hood


transmission fluid goes through the channel where you check the fluid. you need a funnel to put oil in cressidas transmission.

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