Where ever the liquid mark is at on the dipstick, determines how empty or full it is.
exp:_____>If mark is between "F" and "E" it's half way full.
Also Have a good close look at the dipstick.Some models have a temp marking on it for cold or hot refills.The top or highest temp reading after driving atleast 15 minutes is the most accurate way.
read the dipstick
Remove the dipstick from the automatic transmission dipstick tube and read it. It will tell you what type of ATF to use.
there is no dipstick! it is a sealed unit and has to be put on a lift to have it checked!
Remove the transmission dipstick and read it, it will tell what fluid to use.
If it is an automatic, read the dipstick. It is written on the dipstick. If it is a standard tranmission, mercon works.
it is on the right hand side. it say transmission on it. read the stick before you put Filide in it
Remove the transmission dipstick and read what it says on the stick, it will tell you what fluid to use.
If that is an automatic transmission, pull the dipstick and read it, it will tell what fluid to use.
The type ofATF is usuaaly stamped somewhere on the dipstick. Mine takes Dexron and it is stamped on the head of the dipstick. I had to clean it to read it though.
Assuming this is an automatic transmission, pull the dipstick out and read it, it will tell you the proper ATF to use.
Remove the transmission dipstick and read it, it will tell what is the correct fluid to use.
Start engine, idle in park. Pull dipstick, wipe off and reinsert. Pull dipstick and read the level.
After you have driven the car and the transmission is hot, pull the dipstick out that says "Trans Fluid". It will be longer than the dipstick for the engine oil. You read it the same way as the oil dipstick using the holes at the bottom as level indicators.
A 2002 Honda CR-V has a dipstick that can be pulled out to check the transmission levels. Find the dipstick under the hood and pull it out and then wipe off any liquid. Put the dipstick back in and pull it out slowly to read the levels on the dipstick.
The dipstick is a special tool that only the dealer has. With the dipstick, a scan tool to read transmission temperature, and a chart from the service manual the fluid level is checked at idle in park.
To check your transmission fluid, look under the hood of your car and locate the transmission fluid stick. Remove the dipstick and wipe it onto a clean rag. Reinsert the dipstick and then pull it out again. Read where the fluid level is on the stick.
Dextron/mercron. Pull the dipstick & read what is imprinted on it.
Engine idling in Park. Pull dipstick and read the level.
Assuming it is automatic, read the dipstick, probably Dextron III.
It is very simple to check the transmission fluid in an Infinity i30. There is a dipstick located at the top of the transmission that you will pull out. Wipe the fluid off and put it back and then pull it out again to read the level on the dipstick.
the transmission dipstick tube is the back of the engine . read the dipstick to see if the truck has to be in nuteral or park and the truck has to be running a few minuts to get a true reading.
Right behind the grill on the car, there will be a knob with a black rubber handle, this is the transmission dipstick. Pull it out, wipe it off, dip it back into its hole, pull it out and read the fluid level on the bottom of the dipstick.
The fluid should be at the top of the cross hash marks.
Engine idling in park, pull the dipstick and read the level.
Pull the dipstick out of the automatic transmission and read it, will tell you what fluid to use.