If we're talking about an auto-trans, then yes. Find the dipstick that says transmission and use a funnel to add the needed amount. To get a proper measurement of the needed amount you will have to have the car on as level an area as possible. Then when the vehicle is at normal operating temperature and running, pull the dipstick out and check the level. Check with your local autoparts store to find out the proper brand and style of trans fluid and then add as needed.
Yes. You can use automatic transmission fluid in the power steering on a Dodge Intrepid.
if you have zero transmission fluid it takes 9.5 quarts
Engine idling in park
The fluid goes down the dipstick tube.
It doesn't have one.
You have to remove the pan, there is no drain.
I always fill mine where the transmission dip stick goes in.
The fluid is added down the dipstick tube.
go on bing.com
dip stick tube
Chrysler calls it a 42le
transmission fluid is in the transmission
4.9 qts. ------------- For a fluid and filter change 9.9 qts. ------------- If Transmission and Torque Converter are dry.
Use only ATF+4 and do not use any Universal Fluid.
mopar atf+3 or atf+4
You add it down the dipstick tube.