Question about Chevrolet HHR
Its an 11mm bolt on the right side of the transmission, just below the axle above the pan. Loosen it off, but don't remove it. Install approx 4-5 qts of tranny fluid in the top where the red cap is. It should say vent on it. Start the vehicle, go thru all gears and return to park. While running, remove the bolt. If no fluid runs out in a minute, add more fluid in the top. If it leaks out, monitor until it stops leaking. Reinstall bolt and shut off vehicle. It's at the correct level now. If you remove it with the vehicle off it will drain fluid, because the level is higher without the pump running, and when you restart it, the level will be too low.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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