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.
No. The transmission is completely sealed.
It doesn't have one but they can check the transmission fluid at any place that does oil changes
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