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Where do you check and fill transmission levels on a 2000 s type jaguar

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There's a plug in the pan with a about a two inch tube inside the pan when the level get's to the top of the tube it runs out. I know dumb idea but if you have to fill it you need to force fluid up through the hole with a syphon gun.

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