On a 1995 Mitsubishi Mirage LS with 1.8 liter engine, the transmission dipstick is located below the battery, and has a little white ball on the top of the stick. When you have the hood open and your facing the engine, the battery should be on your left. Located under the battery (pretty far down) you can see the transmission. Looking at it you will see the little white ball on the top of the dipstick. If you have a manual transmission, then there is no dipstick under the hood. The lubricant must be checked and added underneath the car into the transmission itself. There are two bolts, one for checking the lubricant and one for filling the lubricant. To check the level of lubricant, remove the proper bolt (I am unsure which one it is on your vehicle), and put your finger in the hole. If the fluid is level with the raised area around the hole, then it has a sufficient amount of fluid.
under the battery it has a white ball on the ned of the dipstick
when you open the hood it will be on the right side by. it looks like a motor oil dipstick and just that
Inside the pan of the auto ....
Turn car on then let it run and heat up then remove dipstick
The 2002 Mitsubishi Mirage has a 5-speed manual.
The 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage has a 5-speed manual.
The 2001 Mitsubishi Mirage has a 5-speed manual.
i have an excel 1994 and originally it was automatic, but it has a Mitsubishi mirage transmission.
Mitsubishi Mirage was created in 1978.
Dextron/Mercon III will work for that transmission