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Originally Posted by Furious
two bolts on the transmission,bottom one is for draining, the top one (side of tranny on passenger side) is for filling and checking. you need to open the TOP one if a bit of fluid comes out then your fine, if none comes out stick your finger in and see how close the level is to the hole, if its down say a knuckle or so than you should top it up, if its pretty much to the top than youll be ok.
Originally Posted by Delmarco
1. why or where does it drip?
2. isn't the system pressurized in the lines?
3. and where do you open up the transmission fluid chamber on the automatic?
Originally Posted by catalyst.
PS uses dextronIII automatic trans fluid in most of the cars (is ussually says on the top of the fluid cap what to put in)
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