Check your antifreeze coolant level is it going down , is your oil milky ? does your oil smell like gas , do a compression test this will help to determine if you have bad rings ( gas getting into oil ) When did you get your oil changed last ( filter plugged ) When you say "high", do you mean when you first pull the dipstick out without wiping it? If so this is normal, as the oil is pumped through the motor it "looks" high, but it's not. The oil gets splashed onto the dipstick, making it appear that the oil level is higher. Check the oil when the motor has been off for awhile to get the true reading. When you first pull the dipstick out wipe it with a clean rag and reinsert it all the way in, pull it back out, this will be the true reading. Measure your oil level when parked on level ground.
There is a red dipstick.
There is no transmission dipstick. You have to check the level at the transmission itself. I just had my mechanic do it because its alot easier to check it up on the lift. I know this because I own a 2001 Saturn
i have a 2003 Saturn vue and there is no dipstick for the transmission fluid. its a plug. you have to take you car to a shop and get them to check it... i know it sounds crazy. but they usually have to put it on a lift to get to it.
There is no dipstick. Level is checked via a specific bolt hole after engine is warm and running and the car is 'level'. If the transmission fluid is slightly dripping out of this bolt hole, or is even with the threads, then the level is correct.
There is a screw-in plug on the side of the transmission. Saturn transmissions do not have a dipstick since they are supposed to be a "sealed" unit.
The transmission fluid dipstick is located on the passenger side near the top rear of the engine. With the engine running, remove the dipstick and check the level on the stick.
Auto: dipstick handle is red located to the left of the airbox. Man: dipstick is located under the batterytray again with a red handle.
the dipstick is near the back of the engine compartment. Check while at running temp
There should be a dipstick like the one for oil. Check with engine running.
Should be off for oil, on for transmission fluid check.
200 Chevy Malibu has a sealed system, so it does not have a dipstick to check the transmission fluid. If there are issues, one has to check the fluid while the car is running.
let the car warm up to normal running temp and check the fluid on the transmission dipstick. the dipstick should be torwards to back of the engine on the passenger side.
There should be a dipstick like the one for the oil. Just check level when running.
If it's an auto through dipstick tube. Check level when running.
its a seeled tranny you can check it and you cant you can check it because theres a plug on the side of the tranny you take that out and you can check it that way if its dripping out then its full you cant check it because theres no dipstick
check it on the dipstick while the engine is running in either park or neutral.
Take it to a Goodwrench certfied shop. The transmission in the Saturn Vue has no dipstick, so requires service by a certified mechanic. Unless you have a leak, which you would obviously see, there is no need to check the fluid level.
The dipstick is located at the top of the trans, some models it pulls out but most have to unscrew it. Vehicle should be not running, Answer: A Honda-what? What model? What year? Automatic or manual? The dipstick is located down low, on the front left side of 1990s Accords with automatics. Check with the engine running.
You don't "pour" it in. Saturn uses a "sealed" transmission, meaning that you don't check the fluid level using a dipstick. There is an access hole on the side of the transmission.
lift the seat and pull the dipstick while warmed up and running.
Drive the car for about 15 minutes to heat (and thus expand) the automatic transmission fluid (ATF), then park the car on level ground, but leave it running. Remove the ATF dipstick and check the level. You need to keep the engine and transmission running and warm when you're checking the ATF level because the fluid level mark on the ATF dipstick is calibrated for a warm, running condition, and because a significant amount of ATF will be in the torque converter only while the engine is running. If you measure ATF level while the engine isn't running, you'll get an inaccurately high reading because the ATF will drain out of the torque converter and go into the transmission pan, which is where the tip of the dipstick is located.
Transmission fluid is added through the dipstick that you check the fluid on. be sure to check the fluid with the vehicle running and in park
Its on the right side under the air intake. you have to remove the air box to see it. its a red dipstick.
put in 4 quarts wait 15 minutes check the dipstick add as needed NOTE* 1 quart will raise the level from the bottum to the top of the hach marks on the dipstick
engine needs 2 b running at the right hand side of the truck at back pull out dipstick read it