Question about 2000 Kia Sportage
If you have an automatic transmission then yes you do. It should be checked at normal operating temperature (drive it for 15 to 20 minutes) and while the engine is running via the dipstick
Posted on May 08, 2010
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There is NO DIPSTICK in the engine compartment.
On the side of the transmission, there are two plugs. You remove both plugs and fill one side with fluid, (not sure which side), until the fluid comes out the other drain plug hole.
One is lower than the other. Open the lower plug hole. If fluid begins to come out, then it's full.
I would suggest to leave it alone unless you suspect a real problem Do you see trans fluid on your driveway ? etc:
Reports indicate, do not leave trans fluid change too long for this vehicle. Check you hand book for proper interval.
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