manual transmissions don't have dipsticks. you have to check it at the hole in the side of your transmission. It will most likely be in about the center and have a hole that the ratchet will fit. or look like a big bolt head sticking out. the fluid should be up to the bottom of the hole.
You fill the transmission through the dipstick
should be on the right side when looking into the engine bay (drivers side) towards the front of the car near the wiper fluid and coolant caps. if its a manual there is no dipstick just a fill hole
The transmission dipstick of an automatic 1993 Colt Vista is located on the passenger's side and is topped with a white handle. Manual Colt's do not have a dipstick. They instead have a fill hole directly on the transmission.
There is no dipstick. You check the fluid through the fill hole on the side of the case. The fluid should be level with the bottom of the hole.
Remove the dipstick for the transmission. Place funnel in the dipstick hole. Fill to the correct level.
There is no dipstick on the manual gearbox, just a plug on the side of the box. You remove the plug and fill until oil spills out of the plug hole.
Not on any post 1998 models. Just a filler plug, located behind the front prop-shaft (drive shaft). The dipstick would be located in the same hole, on earlier models.
in the dipstick hole
Many of the newer vehicles do not have a transmission dip-stick. There should be and inspection/fill hole on the side of the transmission. Remove the plug and fill with with the proper fluid untill the fluid is at the bottom of the fill hole.
Remove the socket head plug located next to the oil dipstick knob and observe the level on the dipstick attached to the plug. If necessary add transmission oil thru that same hole.
You add transmission fluid down the transmission dipstick hole.
The Honda automatic transmission is filled through the transmission dipstick hole.
you have to put it in the dipstick hole.
thru dipstick hole.
Take the dipstick out ues a funnel and put it in through the dipstick hole!
Down the gearbox dipstick hole. If no gearbox dipstick then system is sealed and best left to a dealership
You add it through the tranny dipstick hole, pull the dipstick out and add the fluid.
You use a funnel and pour it down the dipstick hole.
Usually thru the dipstick hole!
Down the hole where you pull the dipstick out of.
There is no "cap' you simply go to the autoparts store and purchase a funnel designed for putting transmission fluid into the Dipstick Hole. It's generally about 16 inchs long.
Pull the dipstick handle out of it's holder and get a funnel that fits into the dipstick hole and fill it.
most cars you have to add the transmission fluid through the dipstick hole leading into the transmission its self