Most automatic transmissions do not have a filler plug or cap. The Transmission Fluid is added by using a long-neck funnel, which is placed in the tube the dipstick for the transmission sits in. Be sure to test the level while the engine is running, with the transmission in either park or neutral. Be very careful not to over fill the transmission, and make sure that you have the right kind of transmission fluid for your vehicle.
Remove the transmission pan underneath and it's inside of it.
You add fluid the same place you check the fluid level.
should not have a filler bolt should just fill straight thru the dipstick pipe on transmission
Some GM transmissions are sealed for life and have no filler tube. Refer to your owners manual for the scheduled maintenance on the transmission.
look for a filler tube coming from the transmission on the passenger side
Automatic transmission oil filters ware located inside the transmission, under the transmission oil pan. You have to remove the transmission oil pan to replace it and then you will need to refill it with new transmission fluid.
You add A/T transmission fluid at the same place you check it.
You fill the automatic transmission through the transmission dip stick tube. There is a drain plug in the transmission oil pan, but no filler plug. The transmission dip stick handle is usually yellow and has a spring steel catch (if it hasn
if its an automatic you put it in through the filler tube or trans dipstick tube if manual on the side of the transmission
Same place you check the fluid level.
The easiest way to fill the transmission for an automatic transmission in an explorer is to pour the atf right down the pipe that you check you fluid in the transmission with. make sure you check the level frequently so that you do not over fill.
The filler plug is on the rear section of the transmission that the drive shafts bolt on to, it looks alot like the drain plug and is fairly obvious. The tranny itself fills from the dipstick tube.
for an automatic the dip stick tube. for a manual there is a filler cap on the side of the transmission.
Automatic. Between the rad and the engine, drivers side, look down a little.
At the automatic transmission dipstick ( and filler tube ) using a funnel It is located near the firewall towards the passenger side of the engine
This vehicle does not have one becasue it is a sealed type of transmission. In other words it uses a non-standard transmission fluid. Most likey it uses a heavier grade or gear fluid,usually reserved for the mechanic to replace only. There is a way to replace it from underneath the vehicle. Looking at the transmission from under ht vehicle, you will see a lower drain plug and above it a filler plug. Careful to drain and refill with proper fluid and amounts or you can cause serious damage to transmission.
Filler/level plug is located on the gearbox very similar to a manual box filler/level plug there is no dipstick fitted to this model.
you fill transmission thru the transmission dipstick tube.i also recomend lucas products.make sure you get the transmission additive as there are several different ones for different parts
Depends upon the model of transmission. On some, it is no big deal, on others, the fluid will foam and possibly shoot out of the filler tube. Others, it will cause the transmission to slip and possible overheat.
the transmission filler?
You add automatic transmission fluid to a 1989 V6 3.0 Toyota pickup truck through the filler tube in the engine compartment. This is also used to check the fluid level.
Where is the transmission fluid filler located on a 1999 buick park avenue 3800?
yes, the fluid you add thru the filler tube is picked up by the trannys pump and sent to the converter
possibly the dipstick tube. most cars are that way =O) good luck
transmission filler is located under the car. car needs to be jacked up to replace and refill transmission.