How do you check transmission fluid on 2000 Daewoo?
i have a daewoo and it doesnt have a dip stick u have to take it to the dealer in order for them to check it
Why would a 2000 Mercury Sable start to have a big vibration at low speed after changing transmission fluid?
well...a wrench and you. The 2000 Passports don't have a dipstick to check the transmission fluid like you'd expect. To check the transmission fluid you have to get under the vehicle. On the transmission fluid pan there is a fill plug. Take out the fill plug (with the engine off) and using a syringe inject fluid in the hole until is leaks out. Then start the engine let it run a few minutes and put…
as far as i know you cant check the transmission fluid on a 2000 Pontiac sunfire. It uses dexcool automatic transmission fluid and very rarley needs to be changed, i have a manual shift and it never has to be changed. Actually the only way that you can change it is by having it flushed the same way you flush a radiator, it has to be sucked out by a machine.
The average consumer cannot check transmission fluid in the 2000 VW jetta. You must go to a dealership for this service. The problematic transmissions are factory sealed and touted to be 'maintenance free' with the fluid port capped by the manufacturer. The 2000 Jettas (as well as other model years) are notorious for early transmission replacement. Do not expect the VW corp to take care of any transmission issues unless you force them to.
This vehicle does not have an automatic transmission dipstick for measurement. To check fluid level, the vehicle needs to be raised up on a lift and must be level. From underneath, locate a small plug on the passenger side of transmission housing. Remove that plug and if the transmission is full the fluid will dribble out the opening. If fluid is needed it is added at the transmission fill cap on top, drivers side.
You do this by pouring transmission fluid into the tube that your transmission dipstick is in. To check for fluid level, drive the car for a few miles to make sure everything is warmed up, then park on a level spot, with the engine running, put the transmission in drive, then in reverse, then in park. With the engine still running, remove the dipstick and wipe it clean, and reinsert it, then remove it again…