Transmission Fluid level: As you don’t have an ATF dipstick, you will have two plugs facing downward on the larger trans pan. The plug higher up on the pan is the fill/level check (stamped/recessed into the rear right corner of pan). ATF should just dribble from this plug on a hot, idling truck, in neutral on a level surface. The lower one is the drain. The one at the back of the pan in a recess is the filler. You need a hand pump or something similar to fill it to overflowing then top it off with the engine running. Make sure you shift through the gears a couple of times when topping off.
There's not one.
The 1995 Isuzu Rodeo will have one dipstick ?æon top of the engine, this is the oil dipstick. ?æThe transmission fluid is adjusted from beneath the car.
there is no dip stick it is filled from underneath a lube shop will do it cheap don't wait if your transmission is slipping
There is no dip stick. There is a small sight glass about the size of a quarter or so, on the back side of the transmission housing......up towards the top
== == == == There isn't one! Nor is there a way for you to check the level yourself- you must have a mechanic to do it.
on the passenger side of the engine about midway back
Will a 1998 rodeo transmission fit in a 1999amigo stick?
There is not a dipstick. There is a plug in the side of the transmission case and the mechanic has to remove it and use a gauge to check the level.
It's located on the left side of the engine. near the motor oil cap and spark plug coils.
For most isuzu rodeo transmission are sealed transmissions, (they do not have a dip stick) look under the truck and you will see two bolts on the transmission oil pan,(one smaller than the other) technically you're supposed to refill the oil with a special pump at mechanic shop. But there's a trick to do it yourself, on the driver's side of the transmission is a plug with a sensor( remove the sensor and fill from there. You will need an adjustable wrench..
I know true 95's have a dipstick for the automatic transmission. I also know 96 rodeo's do not but instead have an oil check plug in the transmission oil pan. Isuzu also came out with a 95.5 because all vehichles produced halfway through 1995 legally had to have airbags. So it has the 96 interior but the engine is same as the 95. I do not know if the 95.5 had a transmission dipstick. Mine is a stick.
No dip stick, two plugs on trans oil pan, use hand pump oil can and hose to pump into the upper plug hole till over flows.
The transmission dip stick is located near the oil dip stick. This is in a 1962 Catalina.
we have a 1998 rodeo and i could not find the dip stick for tranny then i went on-line and found out that these models have a sealed transmission therefore you can not check them for fluid level.
Next to the battery
In the driver's seat! More seriously, it is located on the passenger side of the engine bay near the exhaust manifold. There will be two options, one for the oil which is located closer to the front of the vehicle (the headlights and such) than the other, which is for the transmission fluid (assuming you have an automatic transmission)
it depends if it is an automatic tranmission then you would add AFT (automatic transmission fluid) down the dip stick hole (where you check the level) if it is a manual transmission you will find a bolt on the side of the transmission that is reffered to as the check plug when you take this plug out you should be able to touch the fluid when you stick your finger in the check plug hole. any further questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org This is incorrect aas there is no dipstick hole on these Rodeos. Transmission fluid level: As you don
Its a sealed transmission so there is no dipstick.
where is the dip stick at located in 1996 cadillac deville ?
it's usually located right on top of the transmission. if not, you probably have a manual tranny, which don't have a dip stick.
wheres the transmission dip stick located at
there is no dip stick for a manual transmission .there is a bolt on the side of the trans you have to pull then stick your finger in ..if you can touch it its ok
depend on what type of transmission you have auto/stick?
There is no transmission dipstick, there are only fill and drain bolts located on the transmission assembly.
The transmission dipstick is generally located at the top of the motor, behind the oil dipstick. This stick is often closer to the firewall than the oil dipstick.