IF YOU HAVE AN AUTO, LOOK UNDER THE BATTERY PLATE AREA, AROUND THE FENDERWELL AREA. THERE WILL BE DIPSTICK LOCATED WELL DOWN INTO THE ENGINE BAY.
USE A "TALL", APPROPRIATE SIZE, SMALL-OPENING FUNNEL. ADD TRANSAXLE FLUID SLOWLY.
IF YOU HAVE A MANUAL TRANS AXLE, THE DRAIN OPENING AND FILL OPENING ARE BOTH UNDER THE TRANSAXLE. THE FLUID "MUST" BE ADDED THROUGH A "SQUEEZE" DEVICE OR A "PUMPING" SYSTEM.
ALWAYS CHECK FOR THE PROPER "TYPE" OF FLUID FOR EACH AXLE. Mitsubishi RECOMMENDS "MERCON" FLUID FOR AUTO TRANSAXLES.
WHEN I BOUGHT MY GALANT, THERE WAS A SHIFTING PROBLEM FROM STARTS AND SLOW-DOWNS ("SLAMMING" GEAR CHANGES). I DRAINED THE FLUID AND FILLED WITH "ATF+4" FLUID (RECOMMENDED FOR 'SOME' MITISUBISHI VEHICLES). I HAVE NOT HAD ANY PROBLEMS SINCE.
Where the transmission dipstick is located which is near the battery... Kinda under it.
AnswerYou add the transmission fluid through the tube at the back of the engine compartment in the dipstick that says trans fluid.
the plug to add and check the transmission fluid is on the side of the transmission and only accessable from under the vehicle.
If it is an automatic transmission, you add transmission fluid with a long funnel through the dipstick opening.
pull the tranny dipstick out and add the fluid through the dipstick tube.
You add the trans fluid where the dipstick is at, if it is a manual then you will have to go under the car where the transmission is find the check level plug on the transmission loosen the plug and stick your pinky in it if fluid touches the pinky then your good if not add the fluid there!
Down the automatic transmission dipstick tube.
The same place you check it.
You add fluid through the dipstick tube. There is no cap like the oil.
Usually you drain and replace it...;)
Transmission fluid is added through the same tube that the dip stick fits into. Remove the transmission dip stick, then use a funnel to slowly add fluid, checking frequently to prevent overfilling.
dip stick tube
On a 1995 Ford Explorer ( automatic transmission ) You use a funnel and add transmission fluid through the dipstick tube ( it is located in the engine compartment , by the firewall , towards the passenger side of the vehicle , where the transmission is bolted to the rear of the engine )
How do you add transmission fluid to a Nissan Altima with standard transmission?
Using a transmission funnel, you will add it thru the TRANSMISSION dipstick tube. Add a little at a time so as not to overfill it.. I hope this helps you. Mark
For all automatic transmissions you add fluid through the dipstick tube.
You should never add transmission fluid to a Chevrolet 350 engine. You can add transmission fluid to the transmission through the transmission dipstick holder.
Through the trans dipstick tube.
You add it at the same place you check it, unless it is a sealed for life unit.
The same place you check the transmission fluid. Make sure the engine is warm and do not overfill. A funnel is a must.
Take the dipstick out and put a funnel in, add the transmission fluid. (yes, the fill and check are the same). Wait for it to go down for a while before you check it again.
In my 93 Isuzu Rodeo you have to add your transmission fluid buy poring it into the the transmission fluid dipstick.
You add transmission fluid down the transmission dipstick hole.
Where do I add transmission fluid to a 1994 Ford explorer with a manual transmission?
You add the fluid using a funnel and pouring it in the dipstick TUBE. Add only a little at a time, you DO NOT want to OVERFILL! Add some, let the fluid get down the tube, wipe your dipstick, and insert, read both sides of the stick to get an accurate reading.