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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is no dipstick it's a sealed unit dealer only.sorry a lot of vehicle manufacturers have went to this sealed style some ford suv's,tacomas,dodge chargers challengers and magnums.just a few off tof of my head.it's one of those BETTER DESIGNS THEY ARE ALWAYS COMING UP WITH TO MAKE YOU BURN UP A 5000 DOLLAR UNIT IN HOPES OF SELLING ANOTHER TRUCK TO REPLACE THE ONE THATS TORN UP.....SORRY oh ya the transfer case has a regular old check plug 28 mm i think don't quote me could be a 30 or 32 also they changed up on those.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
SOURCE: how do i check for fluid levels?
there is a bolt you have to take out and you put the fuild in there im not 100% on where the hole is but if you get a hanynes maunal from a partsd store it wikll show you where it is
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Does not have a dip stick.
Start the vehicle set park brake
In the side if the transmission oil pan a bigger bolt with a small bolt in the center.
Remove smaller center bolt trans fluid should drip out at a fairly constant rate if not its low.
Hope this tip helps.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
hi from uk from the symtoms you clearly describe this souns very much like your problem is the brake mater cylinder is faulty this is to say that as it is what is called dual master cyl it operates the front brakes on one piston and the rear brakes on the second piston within the master cyl so if the front piston fails(fluid passes the piston seal and returns to reservoir ) hence no leak ? of fluid externally then pedal travels further and operates 2nd piston for rear brakes and eventually brakes applied ? this is common occurance and mainly on older models/high milage/ not flushing/bleeding fluid annually as recommended intervals ? brake fluid is subjected to heat transfer from pads /shoes then wheel cylinders resulting that fluid becomes compressable resulting in spongy pedal/increase in travel also fluid also absorbs moisture over time with equel symptoms as described above ? unfortunatly nowadays it is difficult to obtain new seals/repair kits to recondition cylinders so you have to replace here in uk unlike years ago you could try bleeding/flushing brake system all cyl's to see if it improves brakes ? you will see dirty/burned fluid on the 1st bleed strokes ? hope you understand all above ? have tried to explain simply? and hope this helps ? if you req more help/info by all means come back ? best wishes from n/west uk
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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