Question about Volkswagen Jetta
Volkswagon says the transmission fluid is supposed to be good for the life of the car and therefore they make no provision for adding fluid. There is a breather with a plastic cap on the side of the transmission that you can use to fill the unit. There is no dipstick, so to find out if it is at the proper level VW has a tube into the pan at the drainplug which automatically levels the fluid. You fill at the breather and after removing the drainplug wait until it stops leaking or dripping. It is then at the right level. The excess fluid in the pan overflows the tube and drains out. Sounds complicated but I hope my crude explanation helps!
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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