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Can't find where transmission fluid goes in 1999 Lexus RX 300

Where is the cap where you put

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There is no cap, to add transmission fluid you must pour it through the dipstick pipe. Transmission fluid should not decrease in leavel unless you have a leak. I would have it checked if you are losing trans fluid!!

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