Under the battery is a small stick out of the tranny. a bit hard to get to but its there (tip: dont let car heat up too much cause you are puttin your arm through the radiator hoses and other hot spots)
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hi open the bonnet look to the left hand side of the engine bay is where the auto trans is
then come forward and down quite a long way there is a small stubby dipstick you may need to use a torch as there are a lot of hoses and cables in the way
If this is a manual trany you need to fill from under the car on the side of the case, if your car has an automatic trany then open the hood and look at the left side of trany it will be behind the radiator fan on the trany way down you will see a dip stick this is where you check the level and fill or add fluid, you add into the same hole as the dip stick goes into, when checking the level of the trany oil make sure the car is on level ground and engine is warm, the dip stick unscrews to remove and when checking the level just put back in hole dont screw down to check level, then remove and it just read near full, if between add and full thats okay, if at add then add a pint go through gear and recheck.
If there is a dip stick to show you the level of the fluid in the transmission, the transmission fluid is added through the dip stick tube. With the dip stick out, place a funnel in the tube opening and pour the fluid into the funnel.