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This vehicle has a dealer check trans. they can check as well refill

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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SOURCE: 90 Ford Taurus transmission fluid

make sure the car is warmed up....hold brake and put in drive, reverse, cycle through all gears, and check it again....if it still show low, add

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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Hi there;
You are asking about your automatic transmission fluid level?
If it is an automatic you should find you transmission dipstick down a bit beside the brake fluid resivoir on the engine side of the brake fluid if it is a escort ZX2. If it is Not a ZX2 you should find the dipstick in front of the brake fluid resivior down closer to the transaxle. & I'm sure you know but it's worth noting, make sure the engine is running, the fluid is at operating temprature, & you move the gear shifter through all the gears & end in park before checking the level.

Good luck, Hope this helps.
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Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: cannot find dipstick to check transmission fluid

There is no "dipstick for the VW Beetle transmission". This is a dealer check/repair item. The unit is typically sealed, but can have a leak if the seal on top of the transmission fails. About a $700 repair. This happened on my 1998 VW New Beetle.

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SOURCE: 2002 saturn vue checking transmission fluid

Absolutely if it is an automatic transmission. You do need to use the right type for your product. If you do not change oil yourself, the lube shop should check the trans with each oil change while they do the rest of the work.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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The manual transmission in the Ford Escort uses transmission fluid, it is checked and filled in the same hole. That hole is where the speedometer cable is hooked up to the transmission. Remove the speedometer cable, set aside, then remove the locking bolt that holds the speedometer drive unit in place. Pull up on the drive unit and it will come out, look on the side of the drive unit and you will see the level indicator line for full and add. Fill as needed and reinstall the drive unit and cable. Hope this helps, let me know.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

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