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Transmission fluid How do you Check/change the transmission fluid in a 2007 Pontiac G6?

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You can change the fluid by removing the pan and replacing the fluid with the correct exact amount through a fill cap on the top of the trans. The pcm will display a maintenance required light on the dash if the fluid level is low.
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Alot of the newer cars do not have a checker. If you have no leak then its full. You just service it at the recommended intervals. How you fill them is you have a drain and a full cap. You remove the full cap and fill till it comes out. The fill cap is on the side of the trans and is accessable from the bottom

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This car does not have a auto trans dipstick, the level can only be checked by the dealer, this is a growing trend that started with most German cars, the filter is inside the trans pan and only needs changing every 60,000 miles.

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