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Answer There is not a dipstick on that car. There is a red cap on the top of the trans. Fluid goes in throught that hole. There is a special procedure to check the fluid level that I am not completely certain about.

The car has to be on a lift and level. From underneath there is a small plug that is threaded into the transmission case. With that plug removed, you add ATF into the designated fill opening on top of the trans until fluid comes out that small hole. When fluid comes out the small hole, the trans is full. Replace plug,


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