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How do you add transmission fluid on a 99 olds

Where do you add transmission fluid on a 99 olds aurora ?

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Right below the middle of the exhaust crossover pipe in the top of the trans is a black or red screw in cap with no dipstick thats the fill. to check is a plug right above the right axle (7/16 wrench) you need to remove with engine running and fill till fluid runs out on level ground then put both plugs back in and your done

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