The question is how to check only... For the auto trans. there should be a dipstick there, just like the one for oil but different color (check your owners manual). vehicle should be driven at least 5 to 10 miles and then check the trans fluid to get the acurate result. the fluid must be maintained between the notches at the indicated operating tempereture...
if its not leaking......don't, but if you insist on checking, get the trans to operating temp. remove the 5mm Allen plug in the trans pan (not the 14mm hex!) a little fluid should come out. if so, leave it alone. if nothing comes out, get some WS trans fluid (from the dealer) and use the method for the 2005 on this same page. they are the same trannies.
The transmission is sealed in the 2006 Sequoia. Don't look for a dip-stick. You won't find one.
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