GM started using a "sealed transmission" There is a plug on the drivers side that is used to check the level and add it if needed. The sad part is that the engine must be running and the fluid at a particular temperature before checking it. I had the wonderful experience of changing a filter on one. The filter isn't bad but when I went to install the plug, it slipped out of my hand to an area I could see, but not access. Meanwhile I couldn't shut the engine off or the fluid would run out. After burning myself a few times, I finally got it back in. I recommend taking it to a shop.
Add automatic transmission fluid through the dip stick tube. No kidding!
You add fluid at the same place you check the fluid level. Takes a special funnel. If there is no place to check the level, then it is a sealed for life transmission.
If you mean transmission oil, you don't add any. The transmission is sealed, it never needs oil.
Why is 2002 pontiac grand am oil leak where the sparkplug is?
There is normally a plug on the upper side of the transmission under the vehicle. That is where you add oil. Add oil until it runs out. It is then full.
Inside the transmission oil pan
On manual transmission until oil flows out of full level hole. on most manual transmission the refill hole is the oil level. On automatic transmission if no oil shows on dipstick add a quart at a time.
Remove transmission oil pan for access
To add tranny fluid, you remove thr transmission oil dip stick, and use your newly bought transmission oil funnel which will fit into the transmission oil dipstick tube and add oil, little at a time is best, dont over fill, if the oil shows on the stick at the add line, checking it hot and in park running, you probably only need about a half a quart.
About 2 quarts but always safe to read your owners manual.
Inside the transmission - remove transmission oil pan for access
You add fluid the same place you check the fluid level.
if manual transmission , it will need 90-grade gear oil
You shouldn't have to.
It does not contain oil. It contains Transmission Fluid. Pay someone to do this. Very nasty DIY job.
4.5 quarts with oil filter.
It is important to know where to add the proper fluids in a car. A person can add transmission fluid into the transmission dipstick tube of a 1999 Tacoma 4x4.
Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter
Remove the clutch cover or the primary chain inspection cover and add the transmission oil there.
Remove the oil cap an pour
Behind the oil pan
For a 1995 manual transmission grand am, the fluid capacity is 2.0 quarts for a complete drain and refill. The fluid type is 80W90 transmission oil.
The transmission shares the engine oil.
The transmission oil level for your 2006 Toyota tundra with the transmission dipstick. The transmission dipstick will have a full indicator and a add fluid indicator stamped on the dipstick.