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2000 isuzu trooper 4wd dont have transmission dipstick how do u check fluids and how do u add fluid of needed?

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    check transmission fluid on a 2002 Axiom

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There is no holding tank......on the trans pan there are 2 removable pluck.....the one on the bottome drains fluid......the one higher up on the pan is where u add .......truck has to be running in park and level......has to be warmed up and idling.....remove upper plug....when fluid dribbles out its full.

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The holding tank for the transmission fluid is on the right by the brake fluid. There is no dipstick.

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  • ae6237 Aug 13, 2008

    Sorry buddy, i was looking for Axiom myself when i saw yours. just noticed you have a trooper not an axiom

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You can't check the transmission fluid on this vehicle. It's got to be done by the dealership.

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