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Where do i find the transmission dipstick on my 2002 audi a4 3.0?? and where do i add more fluid??

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2002 Audi A4 3.0L

Automatic transmission level check & drain / refill:

- Gearbox refill = 3,0 ... 3,5 litres
- Initial filling = 9,0 litres

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