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1997 mazda 626

I cannot find the transmission fluid stick for the life of me....i just bought the car and i am double checking the fluids...please help...i cannot find an online manual to access asap

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  • dplenzick Feb 25, 2008

    thankyou pierre!!! I saw that knob but i wasn't sure what it was so i afraid to mess with it:-) Thankyou...i found it with no problem!!' Take care!!

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Black rubber nob big hose from air filter to motor its behind that big hose on the driver side let me know pierre if you have any more question

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