There is not one. look on the side of the transmission, half way up and there should be a fill plug. Remove it and you should be able to insert your little finger to the first bend and touch the fluid. That indicates it is full.
where is the reverse light switch located on a 2002 jetta with a stick shift
it has to.... go to the garage...
The solenoid electrical sensor is responsible for allowing a shift in gears. The sensor in a Jetta VR6 can be fixed by a dealer mechanic.
If it is an automatic the dipstick is right next to the brake fluid master cylinder reservoir. If it is a stick shift there is not dipstick.
On a 1997 Volkswagen Jetta, the shifting solenoids are situated inside the valve body of the transmission. The valve body is the brain of the transmission.
Consult a Local Transmission Shop
where is the shift solenoid
The shift solenoids are all located on valve body assy.
The shift lock solenoids are located on the valve body on a 1999 Isuzu Rodeo. There are two shift solenoids.
On the chevy solenoid, you may be looking for the shift solenoid, and wondering where it is. The shift solenoid on this car is located inside the motor.
where is the transmission shift solenoid located on a 2001 Mazda protege
where is the shift interlock selenoid located on a 2001 chevy malibu
Where is the shift solenoid located on a 2004 pontiac grand prix
The 2002 Kia shift solenoid is located on the back of the transmission. The shift solenoid will be in the upper right-hand corner of the transmission.
On the of the shift arm. On the end of the shift arm.
A 1998 Jeep does not have a shift modulator.
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Make sure that the brake pedal is pressed down or else it won't shift out of park. If you are pressing the pedal and still no action then make sure that the brake lights are turning on as maybe a fuse or an electrical component letting the trannsmission know that you are holding the brake may be faulty. Make sure that the brake pedal is pressed down or else it won't shift out of park. If you are pressing the pedal and still no action then make sure that the brake lights are turning on as maybe a fuse or an electrical component letting the trannsmission know that you are holding the brake may be faulty.
If it is an automatic, then all cars have dipsticks. But if the Saturn is a stick-shift it wont have a dipstick. Edit: all cars don't have tranny dipsticks, my sister in law has a 2004 Saturn Ion L2 and there is no visible dipstick.. (still looking, cant seem to find an answer ANYWHERE)
The shift solenoid, on your Ford expedition, is located on the top of the transmission. The shift solenoid can be accessed through the shifter counsel.
The transmission shift solenoid on a Volvo s80 is located in the gearbox. It is inside the side cover and not easy to reach.
Shift solenoids are located inside the automatic transmission, accessable via a side cover plate.
It will be on top of the transmission near the shift linkage. It is the sensor with the three wires connected to it.
Check with vehicle on level ground Engine at normal operating temperature Start @ park Shift to Reverse Shift to Neutral Shift to Drive Shift to Low Shift to park Then check Level on dipstick DO NOT OVERFILL