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Do i ck the tranny fluid level with motor running or off? and what type of transmisson fluid does it take?

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To get an accurate level reading, the Van should be running, and motor warm...If it has been sitting without driving...with your foot on the brake...shift between forward and reverse gears a few times...The Lucas Oil Tranny Stabilizer works wonders on older transmissions...it can be added without draining any fluid. If you decide to top off with tranny fluid instead...read the brand labels at your parts store...each brand should specify the "make of car" it is designed for. Hope this helps.

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