Question about 2000 Dodge Caravan
To prevent overfilling:
Turn on the engine and wait, making sure the engine has reached it's normal operating temperature.
With the engine running, and in Park:
Remove the Transmission Fluid Dip Stick and wipe clean. Reinsert the Dip Stick all the way in and Remove the Dip Stick again. Read the Dip Stick. With the engine at normal operating temperature: the fluid should be between the upper two holes. If not:
Leaving the Dip Stick out,
Insert a Funnel into the Dipstick Hole.
Pour ONLY about a cup (8ounces) at a time, wait for it to drain and remove the funnel, and recheck the level using the dipstick each time.
Do not overfill!
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