You add fluid the same place you check the fluid level.
There is no fill cap,you fill your transmission through your transmission dipstick tube with the wright funel "DO NOT OVER FILL OR YOU WILL BURN UP YOUR TRANSMISION"
It usually goes in where the dipstick for the transmission is.
If it is an automatic transmission, you add transmission fluid with a long funnel through the dipstick opening.
Check the automatic transmission fluid level. If it is low add enough to reach the full mark. If it is not low seek professional help. If you have to add fluid use only Genuine Honda automatic transmission fluid. Use no substitute.
Unless you have a LEAK you shouldn't have to add automatic transmission fluid on a regular basis
Assuming this is an automatic transmission, you would add ATF through the transmission dip stick tube.
Get a lube shop to do it.
Add automatic transmission fluid through the dip stick tube. No kidding!
Through the dipstick tube--Do Not overfill
Assuming this is an automatic transmission, you can add ATF through the transmission dipstick tube. The dipstick itself will tell you what type of fluid to add.
Through the automatic transmission fluid level dipstick , near the firewall
You can check the automatic transmission fluid with the transmission fluid dipstick. There will be indicators on the dipstick. The indicators will tell you if the fluid level is full or if you need to add fluid.
You add automatic transmission fluid to a 1989 V6 3.0 Toyota pickup truck through the filler tube in the engine compartment. This is also used to check the fluid level.
Through the transmission dip stick hole.
Down the automatic transmission dipstick tube.
Add fluid the very same place you check the fluid level.
is it an automatic, or manual shift?
thru dipstick hole.
You check it and add fluid at the same place. Look on the transmission for a dipstick.
Pull out the transmission dipstick and put the fluid in there. There are special funnels available for this purpose.
You add it down the transmission dipstick tube. like i said you put it in the transmission
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.
You add some ATF (automatic transmission fluid) and hope your transmission isn't shot. Typical fill level is found with the vehicle in neutral and running (with parking brake on!) and the fluid is warm.