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How to flush the tranny with no dip stick - 1999 Volkswagen Jetta

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Yeah, This car is gonna make you hate german manufacturers. Here it goes..... This car doesn't have one. There is a drain plug on the transmission pan, unscrew it. Next I want you to look for a tube that's pointing up. Your going to need a flexible tube of some sort for the next part. Connect the tube to the one attached to the transmission then to the trans fluid bottle. Make sure its tight. Now squeeze the bottle and let the rest of the old fluid flush out. Do this until you see New oil coming out. Now tighten up the screw back up and fill up the transmission with 3 quarts or what you feel is comfortable. Note: make sure you get the right type of trans fluid because every trans takes different fluid. Just ask an employee at your local autoparts store to look it up for you.

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Unless it's a manual trans every transmission has a dipstick for checking fuid levels, a manual trans has a hex head plug for checking the gear oil level...

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