Remove transmission oil pan Replace fluid, filter, and gasket
The transmission fluid on a 96 Pontiac Grand Am SE is put into the filler tube on the left side of the engine. It runs directly into the top of the transmission and also contains a dipstick to check fluid levels.
I have a 1999 Grand am se and it dont have a dipstick but it do have a red transmission fluid top on the right side of the 3400 sign that could be unscrewed but it don't have anything on it to check the fluid but you could stick your finger in it to see if its anything in it
No. The transmission is completely sealed.
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you cant do it without the fulshing machine go to a mr lube or can tire an they will do a tranny flush for 100 bucks
It doesn't have a transmission dipstick. The fluid level is checked by removing a plug from the transmission housing from under the vehicle. It is best done with vehicle up on a lift and level.
Should be in the fluid resevoir tank
I have a 1999 Potiac Grand Am SE, and I cannot find the transmission dip stick to check the transmission fluid.
It is attached to the bottom of the washer fluid reservoir.
If the fluid is changed using a machine every 30,000 miles then it could very possibly last 200,000 miles. That is if it isn't abused.
I believe the se stands for sedan.
Around the transmission oil pan, around the cv half shafts, where the transmission mates to the engine. Most common location for a serious fluid leak would be the "front seal". Unfortunately to repair that seal you'll need to either pull the transmission or engine.
In my grand am se I have to take it to a shop and they have to check the tranny fluid with a analizer. ya.
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remove the trans pan and change the trans filter at the same time
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There are two cars in the Pontiac Grand series. They are the Grand Am and Grand Prix. They have many sub models of these cars such as the SE, SLE, and GTP.