If auto through the dipstick tube
Try looking in the mirror? ha! good one!
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.
Its hard to answer this, as it is not a question, but a statement. I fails to indicate what the poster is looking for.
Its got a sight glass on side of transmission! There is no dip stick
There is a screw-in plug on the side of the transmission. Saturn transmissions do not have a dipstick since they are supposed to be a "sealed" unit.
If your Eagle still has the Diagram sticker on the underside of the hood, this should explain exactly where the transmission dipstick is located. For the purpose of disclsure, it is a smal,l ususally white, plastic ball about a half inch in diameter on the lower left of the transmission as viewed from the engine compartment. Yo need to reach down to the left. The white plastic ball looks like a plug rather than a traditional ringed dipstick handle. Theres the confusion. This is a bit of a bugger when the engine is hot and or running. CAUTION!
Standing facing the front of the car ,the dipstick is located on the left side, about a foot left from the center and 1 foot down from the top, just almost at the bottom of the a/c fan shroud a short dipstick 3 ins.level of fluid should be check engine not running
The transmission is filled through the dip stick tube. It is located beside the power brake booster near the firewall.
on the 1987 GL it is hidden under the spare tire on the passenger side, the dipstick hole is also the fill hole. get the book "How to Keep Your Subaru Alive", best car manual I've ever used
is it standard if so it will be underneath and it gets checked warm but not running