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I need to check and put in transmission fluid in my 1999 grand marquis

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Under the hood there will be a dipstick marked for transmission. You need to check the fluid level while the engine is running. If you need to add fluid, you use a funnel and pour the fluid in through dipstick tube.

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How do I put transmission fluid into my 1993 Mercury Grand Marquis?


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