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There is a 7/16 bolt on the bottom of the trans a little above the trans pan...Leave car running and slowley remove bolt if fluid drips out then the trans is at level....the fluid should barely leak out..
P.S. make sure you shift through gears prior to checking to level the fluid out.

Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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You cant..... as a general rule if theres no leak, then there is no reason to check. a dealer or trans shop will need to check that for you. you will need to pay, it takes time. Why they got rid of dipsticks????

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