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How do you check the transmission fluid level on lexus 2010 rx 350 awd

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You dont. you will have to go to the dealership. It is what is now called a sealed transmission and usually lasts the life of the car

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Quit driving it. Have it towed or drive it directly to a transmission shop. The more you drive it, the more you will tear up parts in the transmission. the more it will cost to have rebuilt.

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simply remove the drain plug from the transmission on the main bottom, the fluid will not come out, there's another fluid retaining plug above that!
next the fluid add hole is on the side of the transmission behind the driver side wheel towards top of transmission!
you simply add fluid whether you pump it in or snake a rubber hose off of a funnel, when the fluid is full it will come by the bypass plug and leak out the drain hole, at this point that's the correct amount of fluid!
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