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2009-12-25 02:10:51
2009-12-25 02:10:51

The transmission dipstick is at the center rear of the engine comparment behind the distributor. This is how you have to fill the Transmission Fluid as well. DO NOT overfill the transmission fluid, that is the quickest and easiest way to damage a transmission. Transmission fluid is to be checked on a warm engine, idling in park.


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