On the bottom of the transmission. May or may not have a drain plug. Draining and replacing this fluid will only get about 25% of the fluid in the system removed. The fact that you ask this question, leads me to one conclusion. Take this to the dealer and let them change it. Almost all automatic transmissons on American made cars do not have a drain plug (like the engine oil drain plug). These systems are sealed and not really made to change the oil since few problems are associated because of the oil. Some auto part shops offer suction type devices to suck the transmission oil out thru the fill tube of the transmission. The most comman way is to jack up the vehicle from the front end, and then remove the lover pan underneath the transmission. Be careful since the pan will contain the oil used in the transmission, There is no other way to drain the oil before removing the pan. Since you will have access to the filter, replace the auto transmission filter that can be obtained at your local auto parts store. Once the oil is removed, replaced the seal (gasket) that also can be obtained from the local auto parts dealer. Refill with suggested required amount in your auto manual or ask your auto parts dealer the amount required for refilled.
You add fluid at the same place you check it.
dextron / mercon type 2
I got 2 gallons of transmission fluid... Use one gallon then keep checking the dip stick for the fluid to rise.
about 4 in the trans, about 5 in the lines.
There is no transmission drain plug. You have to drop the entire pan to change the fluid. Always change the filter while you have the pan off and clean any metal shavings from the pan.
Pull out the transmission dipstick (red handle) just as you would for checking the motor oil, but with the engine running and the transmission in neutral or park.
if your standing in front of the car with hood open you will see a t-handle marked transmission that is were you add fluid you will need a funnel to pore it in
every 100,000 miles
Remove transmission oil pan for access to filter and to drain fluid
Drop lower transmission pan Oil will run out Change filter and gasket
The 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass cooling system has a fluid capacity of 5.5 gallons. The cooling system fluid should consist of 50 percent antifreeze.
An 89 Cutlass Ciera holds 7.4 quarts of transmission fluid. When servicing the vehicle, a portion of the fluid remains in the transmission and will not be added back.
Check and/or change transmission fluid and filter
You fill transmission with fluid through the transmission fluid dipstic tube
Intrigue transmission fluid is the type of transmission fluid that goes into 2000 Oldsmobile intrigue.
Between the engine and firewall labeled TRANS. Under the Air Filter/ Intake box there is a red cap on the transmission for putting in fluid. There is no dipstick that I know of on a 1999 Cutlass w/ 3100 "J" motor.
A transmission fluid leak means that the plug may need to be replace, or the seal or gasket may need to be replace. As it could be caused by a work seal, or gasket, or a loose plug.
no dip stick. sealed transmission
The master cylinder contains the reservoir for the brake fluid. This is where you would add it on an 1990 Cutlass Supreme.
Add it the same place you check it, through the dipstick tube. Check the level with the transmission hot, in park, engine running, on level ground. Use only Dexron fluid. Do not overfill!!!!!
A 1998 Oldsmobile 88 takes ATP automatic transmission fluid. This is sold in most places that carry transmission fluid, or you can buy it through a dealer.
Probably every 50K should be sufficient
what millage will be change transmission fluid
You add tranny fluid right into where the dipstick is