For the answer to this question, look in your owner's manual. Don't have one then get one. You need an owner's manual for the maintenance schedule and for questions just like this. Sources for a manual are: Dealer, Salvage Yard, E-Bay, and many on-line sites. Here is one site. http://www.samarins.com/maintenance/manual.html USE ATF +4 but dont use Dexron or Mercon. Those will slowly damage the trans. Many trans shops don't follow the factory recommendations, but the owner ends up thinking Dodge trannies are bad. Get it from the dealer. It isn't all that expensive.
Yes. You can use automatic transmission fluid in the power steering on a Dodge Intrepid.
The fluid goes down the dipstick tube.
Engine idling in park
The fluid is added down the dipstick tube.
It doesn't have one.
You have to remove the pan, there is no drain.
Down the dipstick tube.
if you have zero transmission fluid it takes 9.5 quarts
go on bing.com
dip stick tube
if its just a change from the pan its 6.75 quarts.
Chrysler calls it a 42le
Resevoir against firewall at driver's side
DOT 3 or DOT 4