Question about 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier
This sounds like there is too much transmission fluid that was added. On the passenger side on the transmission has a plug about 2 inches above the transmission pan.The correct fluid is guaged by removing this plug and checking to see if fluid barely comes out while vehicle is running and is up to operating temperature.When the fluid is just barely coming out this hole That is when you reinstall the plug and the fluid level is adequate. If too much fluid was added would remove this plug and let fluid drain out for a bit then put the plug backa nd let the trans fluid heat up and pull that plug back out.
Posted on Nov 12, 2010
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