That is incorrect. Yes, there is a red plug located on top of the transmission that is accesable from the engine bay, but no the car doesnt need to be lifted. It is a sealed transmission so there is no dipstick sao you will not be able to check your fluid level. ACTUALLY YES YOU CAN CHECK THE FLUID LEVEL BUT YOU HAVE TO GO UNDER THE CAR AND LOOK FOR A SMALL BOLT ON THE SIDE IF THE TRANNY..PULL IT ALL THE WAY OUT IF FLUID COMES OUT ITS GOOD IF NOT LEAVE THE BOLT OUT AND FILL UNTILL IT DOES LEAK OUT.. REPLACE THE BOLT AND ITS FULL
it is a sealed unit u have to take it to a garage
When changing fluids in a car, it is important to know the fluid capacity of the car. A 1999 Pontiac Grand AM holds about 5 quarts of transmission fluid.
The transmission is a sealed unit and has no dipstick. Look in your owner's manual.
You can't it is a sealed transmission. If you have no leaks then all if fine.
When changing the transmission fluid of a car it is important to know its fluid capacity. The 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix holds between 7 and 8 quarts of fluid.
Dexron III automatic Transmission fluid should be used in a 2000 Pontiac Grand AM. This can be picked up at almost any general store.
It's a sealed system so there is not dipstick. If it slips, take it in...if it's leaks take it in. I personally hate that ;-)
If your 1993 Pontiac Grand Am will not shift into part, the transmission is probably seized up. The first step is ensuring the transmission fluid is not too low.
On the top of the transmission there is a red cap. that cap comes off and you add fluid through there.
Remove transmission oil pan Replace fluid, filter, and gasket
Unfortunately there isn't one.
There is no dipstick for the transmission. It has a check valve on the side of the pan.
The transmission fluid on a 96 Pontiac Grand Am SE is put into the filler tube on the left side of the engine. It runs directly into the top of the transmission and also contains a dipstick to check fluid levels.
It doesn't have one but they can check the transmission fluid at any place that does oil changes
Uhh, maybe try the dipstick tube
Your owner's manual will probably tell you never. IMO, I would have the transmission fluid changed at 75,000 miles. Of course this will have to be done at the dealer as the transmission is sealed.
i got a 1991 grand am it is a 5 speed i need to no where to fill it
Most newer automatic transmissions do not use a dipstick.
Any Dexron lll or Dexron IV will work.
what is the part no# for a replacement transmission filter, for a 2001 Pontiac gtp grand prix . Also how much transmission fluid does it take to change.thank you Tim
you dont it is a sealed transmission.