It is a specific Transmission fluid available from the Dodge dealer. It is called Sprinter/Crossfire transmission fluid.It is a specific Transmission fluid available from the Dodge dealer. It is called Sprinter/Crossfire transmission fluid.
Transmission fluid is inside the transmission.
You add transmission fluid down the transmission dipstick hole.
Why does a 93 dodge dynasty leak transmission fluid?
Dodge Recommends ATF3 Transmission Fluid
Remove enough excess fluid to bring the reservoir to the correct level. A simple siphon pump will do the trick, but make sure the motor is running at normal operating temperature to get a correct measurement.
It is a special fluid available from the Dodge dealer that is called "Sprinter and Crossfire" transmission fluid.
ATF+4 transmission fluid.
The fluid is inside the transmission.
The 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 transmission has a fluid capacity of 8.3 quarts. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission fluid dipstick.
Atf3 or Atf4 is the transmission fluid for a dodge caravan.
The automatic transmission of a 1999 Dodge Durango requires ATF+4 transmission fluid.
I am needing to change the transmission fluid on my 2001 Dodge Durango, and I don't know where the location of the plug to drain the transmission fluid is at!
The 1998 Dodge Avenger has an automatic transmission. The transmission fluid capacity on this vehicle is 9.2 quarts of fluid.
Automatic transmission fluid.Automatic transmission fluid.
through the transmission fluid dip stick goes in
regular dextron 3 transmission fluid.
Same place on all cars, in the dipstick tube. The fluid expands and should be checked when hot. Be sure not to overfill or you will have to remove excess fluid by siphon or by dropping the transmission pan which is time consuming.
It uses a specific fluid. Dodge calls it Sprinter/Crossfire transmission fluid.
its ethier transmission or 75w90 fluid you need to call dodge and ask
DEXRON auto trans fluid
6 quarts transmission fluid
ATF+4, automatic transmission fluid
There's a plug on the bottom of the transmission pan. Loosen and remove it, and the transmission fluid drains out.