Answer There is a dip stick at the back of the engine. Start your engine first, let it run and check your transmission oil level. You only check transmission oil levels when the engine is running, other oil levels have to be checked when the engine is warm to hot but not running.
If you have an automatic transmission, check with the engine warm and running, The dip stick is located on the passenger side rear of the engine.
Check engine oil when you have just finished driving. Check Transmission fluid when the car is running and the transmission in in N (manual) or P (automatic).
Yes it does. The proper way to check automatic transmission fluid is to check it while engine is at idle.
Car on level ground. Engine warm- low idle. Parking brake must be working, Engine running, transmission in neutral. Check transmission dip stick.
The transmission fluid dipstick is located on the passenger side near the top rear of the engine. With the engine running, remove the dipstick and check the level on the stick.
it means you need to check the engine
transmission fluid is checked with the car cooled off -never when running-(daddmac)
the dipstick is near the back of the engine compartment. Check while at running temp
There should be a dipstick like the one for oil. Check with engine running.
Should be off for oil, on for transmission fluid check.
Yes, so the pump is running, otherwise you get a false full reading.
Yes, idling in park.
It can vary from vehicle to vehicle, but on most automatics the answer is yes.
No. Only when you check the level. It's just easier to leave it running so you can check it right away.
automatic....engine warm and running while in park, standard, engine off. But this is covered in your owner's manual
Perhaps you have a leak in your transmission. Check the transmission fluid while the car is running. DO NOT check any other fluids while the engine is running.
Check fluid levels, -with engine warm, running in park.
So the torque converter and oil cooler are full.
Low fluid levels in engine.
Should be a dipstick towards the firewall usually with a red handle. Check it when the transmission is warm and the engine has to be running.
check it on the dipstick while the engine is running in either park or neutral.
Pull out the transmission dipstick (red handle) just as you would for checking the motor oil, but with the engine running and the transmission in neutral or park.
More likely it has something to do with pressure problems in your transmission, check the fluid and replace the transmission filter. If the problem is not fixed check the vaccum lines running to the transmission and the vaccum off the engine.
Check your trans fluid with the engine running, if it is full you need more diagnosis...