There is no transmission dipstick. GM does not consider this Transmission Fluid to be a serviceable component since it is designed to last up to 150k Miles I believe.
However, there is a check plug that will allow you to properly check and fill the trasmission fluid. Difficult to access, but possible. Let us know if you want those instructions.
if it's an automatic it should have a dipstick. i know mine does. it looks like oil dipstick and they are very close to each other. it has a yellow ring instead of a red one. but if it is a manual then the first answer is correct.
There is no dipstick for the transmission. It has a check valve on the side of the pan.
Unfortunately there isn't one.
It doesn't have one but they can check the transmission fluid at any place that does oil changes
No. The transmission is completely sealed.
the dipstick of the transmission
It's a sealed system so there is not dipstick. If it slips, take it in...if it's leaks take it in. I personally hate that ;-)
probably doesn't have one. My 2005 doesn't.
Uhh, maybe try the dipstick tube
Most newer automatic transmissions do not use a dipstick.
It doesn't have a transmission dipstick. The fluid level is checked by removing a plug from the transmission housing from under the vehicle. It is best done with vehicle up on a lift and level.
wheres the transmission dipstick on a 2000 grand am
On a 1999 Mercury Grand Marquis : The automatic transmission fluid level dipstick is in the engine compartment , near the firewall , towards the passenger side of the engine
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
The transmission fluid on a 96 Pontiac Grand Am SE is put into the filler tube on the left side of the engine. It runs directly into the top of the transmission and also contains a dipstick to check fluid levels.
There isn't one. GM, in its infinite wisdom, decided that automatic transmissions don't need to have their fluids checked. The manual tells you that the dealer will check it when you bring it in for scheduled maintenance.
The blower rheostat on a 93 Pontiac Grand Am is located inside the engine bay, just to the right of the blower fan housing. It is almost directly behind the trans dipstick. It isn't that hard to replace.
tranny dip stick is located right at back of engine red handle just about center at back Depends on the engine. Some do not have a dip stick and you check it at the transmission. Open the plug and check with finger for fluid.
if it is a manual trans then it wont have one in an automatic it should be between the firewall and the back of the motor and the handle should be red
Where are the vacuum hose located at on '97 Pontiac grand am? Where are the vacuum hose located at on '97 Pontiac grand am?
GM eliminated dipsticks for automatics. You can only drain, and refill. There will be a little red/yellow cap near the top of the transmission by the firewall, where the dipstick used to be.
The transmission filter will be located inside the transmission. Their is no need to replace it if you flush it. A flush will clean everything and rinse the filter
there is no dipstick u have 2 drain the oil or put ur finger in there to chk it to see if theres oil only cause its has a transfer case
Through the dipstick tube