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Where do i put transmision fluid i a kis sadona automatic

My car does not want to revers we think it might need fluid so where in the egie area do i put it

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Remove the Transmission dip stick and use a funnel to add fluid in the same tube the dip stick comes out of. With the vehicle running on level ground and warm, remove the dipstick and see where the fluid level is at before you add anything. If it is between the 2 marks on the dip stick, normally marked Hot and Cold, then your fluid level is good. If it is at the bottom mark add fluid, about a pint will do, to bring the fluid between the marks. Then see if you can get it to shift.

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