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DEXRON 3 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID.

Posted on Sep 06, 2010

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Similar to the oil dipstick, there is another in the back of the engine, it is coming from the transmission. Usually there handle is painted RED, but that can vary...

Once you locate this, you'll want to have the engine running for about 15 minutes in order to get a correct reading at the reccomended operating temperature,

Remove the Transmission dipstick from the tube and wipe it off with a cloth, paper towel, etc...
Reinsert it in the tube and seat it before removing it again and veryify the level is in the correct range... (Usually noted on the dipstick.)

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