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Can't find the transmission dip stick and power steering stick for my 2005 pontiac G6 GT?

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  • brain_james Nov 14, 2009

    thanks.. what about the power steering.. I can't find that dipstick either?

  • brain_james Nov 14, 2009

    thanks.. what about the power steering.. I can't find that dipstick either?

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    the trans is sealed, no dipstick.

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You wont fine one because There is no dipstick. The transmission is equipped with a check plug on the transmission behind the engine underneath and design for professional service technician. the engine has to be running and the plug removed with transmission being level. If any fluid comes out then the level is ok

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AT THE BACK OF THE MOTOR WERE THE TRANNY HOOKS TO IT IS WERE THE TRANNY STICK WILL BE AND FOR THE POWER STEERING IF YOU LOOK DOWN AT THE PUMP YOU WILL SEE A CAP UNDO THE CAP THERE IS A LITTLE DIPSTICK ON IT

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