Question about 1999 Dodge Durango
It has a dip stick under the hood behind the oil dipstick is red and may say transmission, check fluid when engine is warm and running, do not over fill
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
My Isuzu rodeo does not have a traditional dipstick for the transmission where you can pour it in. There is a fill plug on the underside of the transmission. You could easily mistake it for a drain plug but the drain plug is a couple of inches lower. The trick is trying to get the oil up in there. You can use a Turkey baster if you're not married, or some sort of a bottle that you can squeeze with a hose fashioned to it, or a longer hose and hang the bottle like an i.v. Bag. In any case the goal is to fill it until it starts to run out because it is full, however the transmission has to be at the proper temperature because transmission fluid expands and contracts with temperature. The drive around the block should get you to the right temperature. You do not want to fill it cold or you will over fill. This is just my guess if you can't find a traditional dipstick.
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