Read your owner's manual. This information can be found there.
Exactly what is stated in the owner's manual. Nothing else.
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.
A 2006 Dodge Stratus uses Mopar ATF+4.
Check the owner's manaual If I had an owners manual I wouldn't have asked the question.
You have to remove the oil pan to drain the fluid.
Check the fluid, check for codes.
A Dodge Stratus shifting problem might begin because of dirty transmission fluid. This problem could also be caused by damage to the transmission due to wear and tear or low fluid.
You add it down the dipstick tube.
DEXRON auto trans fluid
ATF+4, automatic transmission fluid
Yes, that is the proper fluid.
Most automatic transmission fluids are affective in a 2001 Dodge Stratus. Valvoline and Red Line synthetic fluids are often recommended brands.
you put a funnel where the dipstick is and add it there Same place you check it on an A/T. Under the car on the upper side of the tranny on a manual.
its ethier transmission or 75w90 fluid you need to call dodge and ask
Dry fill is approx 9 quarts.
using a funell pour the fluid into the spout of the dipstick..slowly
Fill plug on the side of the transmission case.
The automatic transmission uses ATF+4. The manual transmission uses a special manual transmission fluid from Mopar.
The 2005 Dodge Stratus was offered in a 2.4L 4-cylinder engine. For those equipped with the 2.4L the 41TE automatic transmission capacity is 9.2 quarts.
Down the transmission dipstick tube.Down the transmission dipstick tube.
The automatic uses ATF+4The manual uses a specific manual transmission fluid.The automatic uses ATF+4The manual uses a specific manual transmission fluid.
you dont use tranny fluid in a manual trans you lube it
It is recommended to check fluid in a warm engine, not an overheated engine.
Should be a filler plug at side of transmission