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SOURCE: were do i put transmission fluid in the tranny 1997 cadi catera

Your Catera has a sealed for life transmission so therefore on one of these models there is no dipstick and you cannot check the fluid level yourself. The dealer can check the level but that is only necessary if you have a leak. Use a premium grade oil and a quality filter such as AC/Delco, Wix, Purolator, or Bosch. The correct weight oil is listed in your owner's manual and possibly on the oil fill cap or dipstick.

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SOURCE: 1997 ford explorer leaking tranny fluid and code p0171

Well you have two different problems.
The code 171 is for a problem with the fuel system being too lean on bank one. Bank one is the side with cylinder one.
The O2 sensor is telling the computer the fuel mixture is too lean and the computer can not correct it. Could be a faulty sensor or something wrong with the injectors.
This has nothing to do with a trans fluid leak.

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