Question about 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier
There is a way to check the level. If you look at the transmission from underneath on the passenger side (about a quarter of the way up) there should be a small plug that screws out I think it is a 5/16. You have to take it out when the car is running and if fluid comes out of the hole it is full if not have someone add from above through the small screw in plug that is on top (it is red and should say TRANS)
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
They have made some vehicles with a sealed system, but I think that a cavalier is about like a saturn and if your hood is open just look for the transmission on one side or the other and you should see a little dipstick down in more towards the engine. Because it wouldn't make sense for them to put it in a place where you can find it easily.
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