Question about 2005 Kia Sephia
Some cars don't have a dipstick anymore. If you can't find one, then jack up the right side and put jack stands under there, crawl under the car and look at the right side of the tranny, unless it is a sideways engine, then look at the rear left of the engine/tranny, You will find 2 plugs, one up, one down, the bottom one is level, if you pull the plug and fluid seeps out, it is full, if no fluid seeps out, remove top plug and fill with the right fluid till it seeps out the bottom. Got it? Check it out, hope this helps. The car should be level when you do this, but it is hard to get level in the garage without a lift,.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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