While the original answer below is true, a 1994 Rodeo does have an Transmission Fluid dipstick. It is right behind the oil dipstick and is where transmission fluid it added.
Many vehicles are being manufactured without a transmission dipstick. Transmissions are being held to a quality that has minimized the loss of transmission fluid to the point that manufacturers no longer feel that it is necessary to routinely check the fluid levels.
The philosophy has changed. If you follow the manufacturers recommended service schedule the transmission fluid and filter will be serviced before you should need to be concerned about fluid levels. You can change the filter and fluid yourself by dropping the pan, removing and replacing the filter, replacing the pan and adding fluid through the side fill/test hole in the transmission.
In my 93 Isuzu Rodeo you have to add your transmission fluid buy poring it into the the transmission fluid dipstick.
The 1995 Isuzu Rodeo will have one dipstick ?æon top of the engine, this is the oil dipstick. ?æThe transmission fluid is adjusted from beneath the car.
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There is none. The 2001 Rodeo has a sealed transmission. The only way to change it is to pump out the old fluid and refill it via the route. This is not for the weekend mechanic and I suggest that you have a dealer do it.
There isn't a transmission dipstick. Auto mechanics have tools that will flush the transmission but other than that, there is no dipstick. There is a transmission pan under the truck where you can drain/flush your transmission.
it is on the underside of the motor.
On the 2002 Rodeo the transmission is sealed and is non servicable by the owner. You cannot even check the fluid level so I advise taking it to an Isuzu repair shop.
5 quarts is recommended....