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DRAINED TRANSMISSION FLUID

I accidentally drained the transmission fluid on my 99 Rodeo. There is no dipstick to check transmission fluid, neither does there seem to be any place to put some back in. I am at a loss.

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Alright on the bottom of the transmisson on the pan there is a low plug (bolt) and a high one. the low plug is for draining and the other is for filling. use the high plug near the rear of the pan. But you have to use a pump to get it in. the same pump as you use for a transfer case. its kind of like a syringe or a grease gun. but you dump ur atf in it and pump it in.

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