It is under the car behind the plastic skid panel that you remove to change to the oil. Look up near the left front wheel side of the transaxle and you will see a short tube with a short yellow dip stick.
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You check the trans fluid while the engine is running. The dipstick will be going into the trans. When you pull the dipstick out wipe it, put it back in then pull it back out. There will be an area of xxxxx or /////. This is your safe area. Use the same spout the dipstick goes in to fill with trans fluid by using a funnel.
You add and check the Transmision level at the dipstick location, remove the dipstick and use a funnel to add trasmission fluid, the vehicle should be running and at operating temperture as you check the fluid level for a proper reading.
there is no dipstick for the forenza automatic transmission. it is checked like a
manual transmission. You have to remove the fill plug and add some until it drizzles out. also it uses a special fluid that you can only get at the
It only has the tube, the dealership has a dipstick to check it. It has to be checked with a scan tool hooked to the vehicle so they can read trans fluid temp. This is why you no longer get the dipstick with the car
generally camrys are automatic and if so the fluid goes right into where the dipstick came out of. be sure to add it slowly so it does not come up the dipstick and flood out and be careful not to overfill it.