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Can't find the fill or check transmission location on 1996 isuzu trooper 3.2 v6 engine. where is it located? no isuzu mechanic in our area

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It's check at the transmission pan, there is two drain plugs, the lower one is to drain transmission fluid, the higher one is to check level, with engine running and in park remove up most drain plug if fluid start to come out level is ok, if no fluid coming out will need to add some till it start to come out.

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