== == A manual transmission does NOT have a dip stick like a automatic does. It does have a check hole on the side, about half way up from the bottom of the casing. Put the car on a hoist, and remove the plug and stick a finger in the hole. The fluid should be just below the level of the check hole. If too low, use a squeeze bottle with the proper gear oil, ( look at the owner's manual for the proper type) to fill the trans until it just oozes out of the check hole. Replace the plug, and check the trans case for leaks, as well as the front and rear trans seals.
Read your owner's manual. This information can be found there.
Check the fluid, check for codes.
On an automatic, the fluid goes down the dipstick tube. On a manual, the fluid goes in the check hole on the side of the transmission.
It varies between year model and trim package and transmission. A 1996 Dodge Stratus with the base trim package weighs 3015 lbs. with an automatic transmission, and 2908 lbs. with a manual transmission. A 2006 Dodge Stratus with the SXT trim package and an automatic transmission weighs 3182 lbs.
Check the owner's manaual If I had an owners manual I wouldn't have asked the question.
Exactly what is stated in the owner's manual. Nothing else.
you put a funnel where the dipstick is and add it there Same place you check it on an A/T. Under the car on the upper side of the tranny on a manual.
Engine idling in park. Check level on stick.
Requires more information, what size is the engine and is it an automatic or manual transmission?
Check the Owner's manual for the most reliable answer. You can also check with the parts department at your local Dodge dealer.
Pull the dipstick with the engine idling in park on level ground.
A 2006 Dodge Stratus uses Mopar ATF+4.
The transmission control module on a 2003 Dodge Stratus is located on the power distribution box. It is on the driver's side of the box.
It is recommended to check fluid in a warm engine, not an overheated engine.
About 2 quarts but always safe to read your owners manual.
when my dodge stratus started to do that it was because I needed transmission fluid.
The diagram for a 2000 Stratus water pump and cooling system is in the Dodge Stratus service manual. The manual can be purchased through most auto parts.
Some do not have a filter. check with transmission shop they should be able to tell you
Just go to a junkyard and ask for a 6G73 Manual Transmission. This transmission was used on the Chrysler Cirrus, Dodge Avenger, Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Stratus and the Mitsubishi Diamente. I'm not 100% sure if all of them had a 6g73 manual transmission available but im sure that most of them used it
No, a Stratus engine sits transverse, while the Intrepid sits front to back.
Inside the transmission - remove transmission oil pan for access