the dipstick is at the top of the transmission housing near the corner of the battery that is clostest to the engine. i assume u mean how do u change the fluid. there is a drain plug near where the front right axle goes into the tranny. after drained there is a fill plug higher up on the tranny case above the front right axle. fill till fluid starts coming out of this hole (on a level surface).
The filter is inside the transmission and must be took apart to change the filter.
You have to drop the whole transmission pan, then refill from the transmission dipstick
Through the dipstick Through the dipstick
There is none. The 2001 Rodeo has a sealed transmission. The only way to change it is to pump out the old fluid and refill it via the route. This is not for the weekend mechanic and I suggest that you have a dealer do it.
how do you change the trans fluid on a 1997 328i automatic trans
You can change the fluid with a mity vac from the dipstick and replace with SPIII fluid -
you can change the fluid, but not the filter. drain the fluid from the drain plug on the bottom of the transmission and refill from the dipstick. the filter is only accessable by overhauling the transmission
the transmission is located on the driver's side of the engine and yes the engine has to be removed to change the transmission
According to a web based filter company, they noted that the transmission has to be dismantled to replace the filter.
It goes in where your dipstick is in the back of motor compartment
If your transmission has a dipstick it will be under the hood towards the back of the engine near the firewall and will be clearly marked. Many of the newer cars have a sealed trans and have to checked on a lift or over a pit at the local opil change shop.
transmission fluid is stored in a pan underneath the transmission the dipstick is usually located near the back of the engine and generally says trans fluid on it in older models (80's-earlier) it is suggested not to change or remove the fluid as it has substances that are worn so to say as to adjust to the transmission newer fluids however do not have this and if changed could cause damage and/or complete failure of the transmission
You fill it through the dipstick hole (the red dipstick) the transmission has a drain plug on the dirvers side but it is much easier to do it through the dipstick hole. if you go to any autoparts store they will have a funnel (usually red) with a long neck and a narrow opening this funnel is made to fit in the dipstick hole. PS: MAKE SURE YOU CHANGE YOUR DIFFERENTIAL OIL WHEN YOU CHANGE YOUR TRANS FLUID; its not required but you should change it at the same time.
The 1992 Buick Regal transmission has a fluid capacity of 6.3 quarts. You can check the transmission fluid level with the transmission dipstick.
The red stick is oil and there is no dip stick for transmission. Recommended to change transmission fluid every 70k miles.
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There is a transmission dipstick on the Volvo 960 (in the UK the 960 has a 3 litre engine - though I believe that in the States the car is known as the 940).Open the bonnet (hood) and stand at the front. Locate the OIL dipstick on the right as you look at the engine. Draw an imaginary line from you to the OIL dipstick -then to the bulkhead. The transmission dipstick is located an arms-length down from where the imaginary line hits the bulkhead. It's awkward to find and not easy to access.The transmission oil dipstick has a yellow top (you will probably need a flashlight to peer down and see it) with a square recess. The square recess is designed to take a 3/8 LONG extension bar to pull it out. The dipstick is actually held in place by a spring-clip.Alternatively, you can crawl underneath the car from the left hand side - driver side in the States, Passenger side in the UK...) and remove the dipstick by reaching up. This is probably the easiest option.There's a couple of photos of the transmission dipstick location on my website www.glennsmart.btinternet.co.uk Click on 'Volvo 960' from the drop down menu.On 1995 and later US market 960s, there is no transmission dipstick. "Logic" at the time was that you NEVER had to change the transmission fluid. We now know this to be faulty "logic". Fluid must be filled from a fitting on the upper side of the transmission.
The speedometer sensor is located on the top of the transmission. It is held on by one bolt. Remove the bolt and gently pull and turn the speedometer sensor and the whole assembly will come out of your transmission. is that on a manual or auto tranny? or is it in the same place for both?
In an automatic Eclipse, the transmission filter is located inside of the transmission. To change the filter, the entire transmission must be disassembled to reach it.
There is no Dipstick It has an access or fill plug drain plug and a Oil level plug. every time you wish to change the fluid you will need new plugs and gaskets.
It is on top of the transmission it looks like a cap you unscrew it and a stick pertruedes about 2 in out its mostly for checking color if in doubt just change it.
There is a drain plug under the transmission oil pan drain and refill from the transmission dipstick 3.5l with Dexton 3 oil.
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I have a 1999 Grand am se and it dont have a dipstick but it do have a red transmission fluid top on the right side of the 3400 sign that could be unscrewed but it don't have anything on it to check the fluid but you could stick your finger in it to see if its anything in it
No to both questions. You still need to change the fluid, even though there is no dipstick. To Reply to the above answer, YES there is a transmission dipstick. It is right next to the coilpack. Look behind the engine, to the left, it is right next to where all your Ignition wires plug into. It is yellow I believe, and a little hard to see because it is down a couple inches from eye engine level. Answer The first answer is correct , the 2004 Ford Explorer 4 door does not have an automatic transmission dipstick ( Helpfull )