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This morning when I left for work there was hesitation when I pressed the gas pedal and then it jolted forward; I thought perhaps I needed transmission fluid, bought some, put it in and it ran fine. I am trying to read the fluid stick; at the bottom is the word "cold" and then there is a bend in the stick, then straight for about an inch and then bends again; my boss told me as long as it reads between the two "bends" it has sufficient fluid; I can't get a read and wonder if it's suppose to be cold... help!! :-)

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Your boss is more right than wrong, meaning that as long as it is in between the lines, you are fine, but you really want to be full. When you first crank the car and have not driven it, the level you are looking for would be the cold level marker, and after you have warmed it up and driven it, then you would want to look at the hot marker.

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