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You can add transmission fluid to your 2003 Chrysler through the transmission fluid dipstick holder. It is best to use a funnel to prevent spilling the transmission fluid.
When changing the transmission fluid and filter of a car, it is best to know how much transmission fluid goes back into the car. The 1998 Bravada takes close to 12 quarts of transmission fluid to fill.
Apparrently there is no transmission dip stick, so my best advice is have the filter and fluid changed(taking the filter access pan doesn't change all the fluid) every two or three yrs or have the fluid change done which puts all new fluid in but doesn't change the filter
Mercon V (Mercon 5 ) (MV) transmission fluid
If it is automatic transmission you can use any brand of tranny fluid as long as it is AF fluid. If it is a manual transmission then use dot 3 brake fluid unless you can find clutch fluid, both work the same.
For ease of shifting, dexron transmission fluid is best. the other alternative is 80/90w gear oil.
Transmission fluid goes in the transmission of a Toyota Tercel as instructed by the manual for the vehicle. To know what is best to put in the vehicle, get advise from an auto part supplier.
when accelerating, if the transmission seems to "jump" or "slip" and is fine after that, it's probably low on fluid. while the trooper is on and in park, pull out the transmission dipstick to read the fluid level. wherwe is the dip stick 2002 Isuzu trooper,thank you the 2002 trooper has no tranny dipstick, you need to check it from under the car. on the tranny pan are two drain plugs. one to drain, one to fill. you need to pump the fluid into the fill plug hole. this is best done at a shop that has a pump . fill it up until the fluid runs out the fill hole. quickly replace the plug. do this on a level surface.
It means the fluid needs to be changed. The burnt smell means the transmission has overheated at least once. Change your fluid and filter and hope for the best. Transmission fluid needs to be changed every 50,000 miles.
It's best to check the fluid level with the engine at operating temperature and the transmission in park, although some vehicles require the transmission to be in neutral, consult your service manual.
The best thing to do is to take it to a repair shop that has a transmission flushing machine. That will change all of the fluid in the system.
It uses a special kind of transmission fluid that you can only get from the dealer. Cost about $14 per quart, but it is what you must use.
The transmission fluid in an automatic transmission is added through the same tube that the dipstick sits in. For adding fluid, it is best to purchase a long-neck funnel, which is made just for this purpose. Be careful not to overfill the transmission. Always check the fluid level with the engine running, the transmission in either 'park' or 'neutral', and the vehicle on level ground.
Your best bet for a superior transmission flush would be to go to bgfindashop.com and locate a shop near you. The BG system has a cleaner that is used first. Then they do a total fluid exchange to include the transmission cooler and a conditioner is added. Also doing it with their system does NOT require that the filter be changed. And if your milage is okay you will get a guarantee.
Best not fill it all - up but the transmission checker tube is generally close to the firewall and you best find it quick or get someone to show it to you. If you're having tran problems get the fluid and filter changed but not by a transmission repair shop.
If it is an automatic the best thing to use is Chrysler automatic trans fluidAnswerMost 1998 Ford F150s take Mercon V Transmission fluid
Yes. Overfilling the transmission fluid may cause problems within the transmission. It could cause abnormal operation within the transmission because the fluid is not performing correctly. Transmission fluid does not compress, while air does and as a result of overfilling, the fluid could become aerated. If you're having tranny trouble, it's best to leave the fluid alone and visit a tranny specialist. They can remove the excess fluid AND determine if any damage has taken place.
The best answer is to take it to the dealer.. If you break the seal on the transmission filler to replace the fluid you will likely invalidate the warranty on your vehicle.
I hear that for Optra's there is no way to check the transmission fluid level, other than to actually remove the transmission fluid cover under the vehicle. Your best bet is to just replace the transmission fluid level at a certain interval (GM says 160,000km), but I would go for more often .
It would be best not to put any transmission fluid in the engine. Really!! I'd never of guessed. I guess the clue is 'transmission and fluid' and that the fluid goes in the transmission!! the reason I put the type of engine was IOT assist someone with a realistic answer, I didn't expect for one minute the answer I received, but this is America!!