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How do you check the transmisison fluid

\015 How do you check the transmission fluid\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 16-07-2018

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Instructions
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Locate the dipstick for your transmission. It is usually near the back\012of the engine, and the stick handle is either a T-handle or a ring handle.
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Grasp the dipstick handle and pull straight up until the end of the\012stick clears the housing tube. Wipe the stick off with a rag, and push it all\012the back down into the tube.
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Pull the stick all the way out again and hold it so you can see the end\012of the stick and the film of fluid that clings to it.
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Look for the level indicators stamped or drilled into the dipstick. You\012should see two sets of indicators. One set is for checking the fluid when the\012engine is cold, and the other set is for checking the fluid when the engine is\012hot. Each set of indicators is marked with a "full" line and an\012"add" line.
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Determine whether your transmission fluid is at the proper level by\012finding the spot on the dipstick where the film of fluid ends. If the film ends\012near the "full" mark or somewhere near the halfway point between\012"full" and "add," your transmission has an adequate fluid\012level.
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Return the dipstick to the holding tube and push it all the way back\012down into the tube. Fully seat the dipstick in the holding tube

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