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Need to know how to check the trans axle cooling, where is it at, how do I check it

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There is no way to check the level without removing the trans. These transmissions are sealed for life.

Was there a leak? If there were no leaks, don't worry about the level. If there was a leak you should have a qualified tech check the fluid level.

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