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I have found the hole i think that the transmission dip stick goes in but no stick threaded hole what does dip sticklook like so i will know what to purchase

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The hole for the transmission dipstick should be a very skinny metal tube that comes up along side your engine from underneath. As far as the stick it is almost identical to an oil dipstick. Maybe a little longer is all.

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Place a funnel in the dipstick hole of the transmission. It will need to be a fairly long funnel to ensure you do not overfill. Make sure your vehicle has a dip stick you check the transmission fluid . Do not put it in the hole you check the motor oil . If you find the right hole do not over fill and engine should be running idle while doing this NOT IN GEAR AND EMERGENCY BRAKE USED. May take three or four quarts of transmission fluid. Check every so often with your dip stick. Hope you car has a transmission dip stick. That is the only way I know and I have done it before.

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unlike the oil, where you pour it in a bigger hole. The transmission fluid goes in the dip stick hole. (hard to believe but true) get a small funnel and stick it where the dipstick goes. picture shows how to find the dipstick hole from by looking at the side of your engine toward the back you will find it. 9k=

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1999 f-150 w/v8 i dropped the ****** pan and found a plastic dome shaped plunger with o-ring. i have no idea what it is or where it goes. i do know the truck dont go. please help me.


it must be transmission pan! That plastic piece is what is installed at factory when trans is built to plug dip stick hole. When they install dip stick tube they just push the plug into pan it doesn`t bother anything. It has nothing with truck moveing been there since new--- good nluck

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Found little cream colored almost plunger looking thing in pan when changing franny fluid and filter dont know where it came from in tranny and car looses power after warm up


the thing you found is a plug that the factory has installed into the dip stick hole wile assembling the car, when the dip stick tube is installed they just push the plug into the transmission oil pan and leave it there it cant hurt anything, so when you service the transmission for the first time you find the plug and throw it away it is not needed, don't feel foolish you would be amazed at how many times i have been asked this question.

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Were is the trasmission fluid ..anything on this engin? cant find the dip stick or were to add fluid.


If it's a stander transmission you add under your truck on the side of the transmission where it reads fill, if it's automatic it's has to have and dip stick for that year truck.could be missing check the side of transmission above transmission pan toward the front for a hole where the tube goes in, it would also be leaking if gone.

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Where do i put in transmission fluid


To prevent overfilling:
Turn on the engine and wait, making sure the engine has reached it's normal operating temperature.
With the engine running, and in Park:
Remove the Transmission Fluid Dip Stick and wipe clean. Reinsert the Dip Stick all the way in and Remove the Dip Stick again. Read the Dip Stick. With the engine at normal operating temperature: the fluid should be between the upper two holes. If not:
Leaving the Dip Stick out,
Insert a Funnel into the Dipstick Hole.
Pour ONLY about a cup (8ounces) at a time, wait for it to drain and remove the funnel, and recheck the level using the dipstick each time.
Do not overfill!
Let me know if this helped, or if you have any additional information or questions. Feel free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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Need to know which opening the transmission fluid and I have no r


It goes in the hole that the dipstick goes in on the drivers side top of the transmission

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do you mean..dip stick? oil filter? or something like that?

if it is a manual transmission they have a filler hole rather than a dip stick.........

if it is a automatic transmission the dip stick should be located under the hood in the right side "passengers side" or in the drivers side if it is a front wheel drive car....

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