I need to check the fluid level on the standard transmisson of a 2008 saturn astra
Keep seeing its a sealed unit from other posts and it has to just be changed. Looked for a stick around trainee,also need to chnge fuel filter!.Willing to give 2002 cavalier(new strut dr. parts car, needs cv tires, fuel line, rotors,rear brakes. But engine 2.2 and traine strong.yellow bumblebee)500buks
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How to check for the proper transmission fluid level. ... Uploaded on Oct 14, 2010. How to check for the proper transmission fluid level ... Then, turn the car off and locate your transmission fluiddipstick. Different cars have ...Missing: epic's
... ive had my sv6 for about 4-5 months now, and i never realised it doesnt have adipstick to check transmission fluid wtf?? my 89' vn has one. ... Just Commodores -Holden Commodore Discussion Forum ... 05-02-2010, 12:07 PM #1 ... As mentioned the 5L40 box in the SV6 & Calais is a sealed unit, so no trans dipstick.
crack open the large nut on the end of the hose to refill it..that will drain it.do not need to remove it..when drained tighten the nut .and refill with power steering fluid to the correct level.now cap still off .turn full lock .left and right an number of times to bleed it .then check the level is ok .top up if not .then refit the cap.
You add transmission fluid at the same place you check the level. If you do not have a dipstick to check the level it is a sealed for life transmission. There is a way to add fluid but it may be hard to find if the transmission is sealed. Call your local Kia dealer and they can tell you where to add fluid if you can without a special tool.
This transmission doesn't have transmission dipstick to check the oil, this is a 'sealed" transmission which uses WS (world standard) transmission fluid, toyota claims this fluid never needs servicing but most dealers recommend changing the fluid at 100,000 miles, I myself own an 07 and changed the fluid at 60,000. Changing the fluid requires some special equipment and procedure so it's best left to the toyota dealer on this one.
You can do it if you really wanted to. You'll need to make sure the steering wheel is secured and that the wheels are perfectly straight or you will wreck the front tires. You will be adding unneeded mileage onto the the car by having the front wheels turning. would be better and less costly overall to get trailer that you can put the front end up on.
It's like a transmisson fluid. Go to a saturn dealer and get a quart of fluid, I find that auto part stores don't stock the right stuff. Open hood, on driver side, look down, you should see a dip stick, something like an oil dip stick. you will need a funnel, put it in the hole,and pour a little at a time and keep checking it until it's at the full mark.