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Transmission hot,after been driven preferently, engine running, transmission in park. fluid level should be within the criscross area.

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Automatic or manual, if automatic there shold be a dipstick near the transmission its small in size , as fast as manual tranmission there is a plug a little higher near the inner axel boot

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