there is no dipstick for the transmission on an alero there is a fill spot crammed on the transmission beside the motor to check it you get under and pull out a plug on the tranny
There is no dip stick for the transmission. If you suspect any tranny problems it needs to be checked out by a mechanic. i dont know
there is no dip stick for the trans on either the 2.4 or the 3400.
There is no transmission dipstick. They have a sealed transaxle. You should never have to add or replace fluid.
The Oldsmobile Alero has a sealed system with no dipstick. A total change requires approximately 9.5 quarts of Dexron III transmission oil.
Answer.there is no dipstick. I have the 3.4 motor in mine and all there is, is a tranny plug. Apparently, GM had a brainfart. This is very inconvienient.
Can't find it ? It does not have one ! Only has a fill cap. Fluid is checked by removing a plug on transmissin. This is great job for GM dealer.
Where is the radiator cap located on a 2000 Oldsmobile Alero?
There is no dipstick as you known them. There is a little plug you unscrew on the transmission. I believe it is either yellow or red. just so you know its red open hood look to the very bottom on right side undr all that stuff you'll see it
Your 2002 Alero has to be lifted up on a hoist and there is a plug that has to be removed. There is no dipstick. Once the plug has been opened you can insert your finger in the hole to see if there is oil in there.
Inside the transmission, the output is on the outside.
The transmission fluid dipstick for the Oldsmobile Alero does not exist. In place of the traditional fluid checking mechanism, the Alero has two caps. One of these is red, is located in the vicinity of the master brake cylinder, and is for refilling transmission fluid. The other cap, or plug, is 15mm and roughly halfway down the transmission. Loosen it carefully. If fluid comes out, the transmission fluid is good. If not, however, more fluid must be added.