Question about 1993 Audi 100
How I can check if my transmision oil is in the right level?
For an automatic transmission, the car must be at operating temperature and running to check the level. There should be a dipstick with a red or yellow handle (check your owners manual for location and description).. Pull the dipstick all the way out, wipe it clean, insert it back in the tube for about 10 to 15 seconds and then pull it out and check that the level of the transmission fluid is around half way up the crosshatch markings on the stick. Also check the color, red is ok but dark red means time for a service. It will also have a pungent scent if the fluid is bad. Put some in between your fingers and look for any dark or metallic metal shavings. Some are ok but check for large pieces.
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